Clip Studio Paint adds Timelapse feature, Photoshop brush import, Webtoon support, new brush controls. Android and Chromebook versions also out now (update 1.10.5)

(This article has been updated to include an extra dual brush sample, and fix some typos and phrasing for clarity.)

We’re getting some pretty exciting new features in this update.

Judging from people’s reactions, they’re way more pumped about this than they were with that vector stuff. We’re actually getting memes this time.

As useful, welcome, and important as the vector stuff were, they were also kind of situationally niche; sort of a save-your-skin-in-when-you’re-in-a-bind type stuff, rather than this-affects-me-everyday-so-I-feel-it stuff.

Anyway, on to the new features!

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Clip Studio Paint : Direction of Pen

Since some of the custom Clip Studio Paint brushes I’ve made use this feature, I’ve written this post as a quick reference.

In Clip Studio Paint, brushes have a “Direction” setting. This determines the rotation of the brush shape when it’s painted onto the canvas.

Direction slider in the subtool settings.

The direction of a brush can have dynamics that are based on certain inputs like pen direction, pen rotation or direction of line. This post describes how “Direction of pen” works.

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