(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.
Clip Studio Paint 1.10 has just been released. This is the second major update of Clip Studio Paint of the year. The year 2020 seems to be the year of vector tools, as the highlight features of this version seems to be a lot about vectors, just like version 1.9.
Let’s go through some of the finer details of the new features below. A lot of these are answers to questions I had when I was just reading the release notes.
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.
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.