I’m in the process of preparing some custom brushes for people. So I’m writing this as a quick guide I can point to.
Clip Studio Paint brush files have the file extension
.sut (meaning “sub tool”, which is what “brushes” are called in CSP).
An example of a sub tool file. How to install brushes
You usually download multiple brushes in a pack, so you’ll want to install multiple of them at once.
The fastest way to install multiple brushes is to select them in your file manager, and drag them into Clip Studio Paint’s [
Sub Tool] palette. Continue reading
“A quick way to install custom brushes in Clip Studio Paint”
Greetings, fellow animators!
I wrote about this new, minor but game-changing menu item and that it really excited me. I thought it was important enough to make a post just for how to set up Auto-Actions and shortcuts to really make use of it well! What is this new feature?
In Clip Studio Paint 1.9.1, they added [Insert frame] and [Delete frame] to the timeline menus.
Continue reading “How to Insert/Remove Frames in Clip Studio Paint 1.9.1 using shortcuts!”
I swear I’m not trying to be a Clip Studio Paint blog. But I find myself not having much else to write about on this blog these days. And I do find Clip Studio Paint updates and reading their release notes genuinely exciting.
We now have Clip Studio Paint 1.9.2 today. (
see the official Release Notes page)
Just based on their announcements, I was originally not too excited about it. But it turns out they hid some unexpectedly nice things in the this latest update.
Here’s a rundown of what’s new; the features that stand out to me, and some attempt to clarify details that might be a bit confusing.
Continue reading “Clip Studio Paint 1.9.2 is out!”