Part 5: useful features with Clip Studio Paint and Wacom Intuos

Wacom teamed up with Celsys to give you an insider’s view of manga comic creation from start to finish in a 5 part video tutorial series. These videos are great for beginners who need help getting started, but the tutorial also works for a more advanced artist who wants to improve their comic drawing skills.

At last, the final part of this series – part 5! In this part, Caterina Rocchi – owner of Lucca Manga School in Italy will give you some tips and tricks on using the program Clip Studio Paint for creating illustrations in different ways, from using 3D models, to vector layers, to the various tools that can be used to help speed up your workflow.

So, let´s create a comic!

Caterina demonstrates how to ink an illustration in preparation for printing in monochrome. She also covers important things to be aware of like crop marks and basic expression color of a document.

1) How to import

This video will show how to import traditional drawings and extract lines.

2) Various rulers

In this lesson, Caterina shows how to find and use the various ruler tools in Clip Studio paint.

3) 3D figures

This part demonstrates how to draw a sketch using a 3D model.

4) Vectors

In this video Caterina explains how to use the Vector layer to edit image lines.

5) Clip Studio Assets

This lesson explains how to use materials from Clip Studio Assets.

About Clip Studio Paint and Wacom Intuos

Celsys Clip Studio Paint Pro is bundled with our new Wacom Intuos pen tablet and is the perfect 2D drawing software tool for comic and manga creation. Whether you want to simply enhance and perfect your pen-and-paper drawings or you want to experience a completely digital creative process.

More about Caterina Rocchi

Caterina Rocchi is the owner of Lucca Manga School in Italy. She studied art in Italy and was looking for the opportunity to study Manga. So, Caterina took matters into her own hands and established a school of her own. Wacom is quite proud to be able to support this school and its mission.

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