Here’s a rundown of what’s new in the updated Clip Studio Paint 1.9.5 (released 5 December 2019).
The most exciting stuff:
Continue reading “Clip Studio Paint 1.9.5 – The Flat Interface and iOS Files Update”
- The user interface skin has been updated: it loses the gradients from the icons, titlebars and palette handles. White stroke previews for dark mode.
- On iOS, File management has now caught up with the latest iOS 12 (and 13) scheme. Internal files will be visible to the Files app, and you can now save and open files in any folder.
- Many other improvements.
This is a rundown of some notable new features in the recent (2019 September 26) Clip Studio Paint 1.9.4 update.
Here we go!
Continue reading “Clip Studio Paint 1.9.4 – The Sidecar and Page Management Update”
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!”
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 that I really appreciated.
Continue reading “Clip Studio Paint 1.8.6 released! New brushes, Pose scanner, many helpful changes included.”