• A quick way to install custom brushes in Clip Studio Paint

    A quick way to install custom brushes in Clip Studio Paint

    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.

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  • How to Insert/Remove Frames in Clip Studio Paint 1.9.1 using shortcuts!

    How to Insert/Remove Frames in Clip Studio Paint 1.9.1 using shortcuts!

    Greetings, fellow animators! An introduction: 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 […]

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  • Clip Studio Paint 1.9.2 is out!

    Clip Studio Paint 1.9.2 is out!

    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 […]

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  • Clip Studio Paint 1.8.6 released! New brushes, Pose scanner, many helpful changes included.

    Clip Studio Paint 1.8.6 released! New brushes, Pose scanner, many helpful changes included.

    Celsys has released the new 1.8.6 update for Clip Studio Paint! (Tweet) Its highlight additions for this new version are the addition of new included brushes, and the new Pose Scanner (as an in-development “technology preview” feature, similar to their “Colorize” and “Remove Tones” features.) But there were a bunch of other changes and additions […]

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  • Hourglass by Chris Dziemborowicz

    Hourglass by Chris Dziemborowicz

    I used to use Windows programs like CookTimer and Orzeszek Timer. I found it handy for tasks that I wanted to do for, or within, a specific amount of time. (I also used it to time my stereotypical college dorm ramen noodles.)

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  • TIL: Project Gemini

    TIL: Project Gemini

    I’ve always thought that Photoshop was in a weird spot, and that Adobe had to always make strange concessions when designing and developing it. To me, Photoshop has long been a general-purpose raster-based image editing thing. Touch-up tools. Color adjustment tools. Customizable brushes for drawing and painting. Obviously, their unbeatable typography tools that Adobe is […]

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  • Blender 2.8 just entered Beta

    Blender 2.8 just entered Beta

    A few days ago, November 29th, 2018, Blender 2.8 officially entered the Beta phase. That means its feature set is complete and won’t be drastically changing, and the next goals are polishing and stabilization. I took the opportunity to finally download it and try it out a bit. Things that immediately stood out to me:

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  • New URL! Welcome, everyone!

    New URL! Welcome, everyone!

    Hello and welcome to the new URL for my art and tech blog. https://pharan.tech.blog I’ve transferred over the one post from the old blog so that’s now here too. I feel bad for having a blog that only contains one mean hardware review of the one thing. I’m not that kind of person so I […]

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