Abigail from the hit comic BACK, sequel to hit series Breaking Bad
carrotatheart said: I spy with my little eye a Grey Cap symbol all over your new project there. Fan of Ambergris are we? :D
I don’t know what this means. If you’re talking about the symbol on the coffin, it’s the “Monas Hieroglyphica.”
Take a selfie wearing your finest TopatoCo garb and use the hashtag #shirtselfie for us to see it and reblog it!
Let us see that duckface!
lepistoletreruns said: Would you recommend changing up to Manga Studio 5 from 4? I use 4 and am pretty happy with it, I've heard conflicting things about upgrading...
Yes. 5 has some significant differences from 4 (being based on a completely different program), and when it was released it was missing some key features from 4, but over time and a few updates, almost all of those have been added back in. 5 is more robust and has far better brush customization. Even if you’ve mastered 4, 5 will take a little getting used to, but I can’t imagine going back now.
seaknigge said: Manga Studio. Reg or EX? I've been using Photoshop all my professional life. Would I be better suited with EX?
The EX version does have a few features not included in the regular version (full list found here). For me, the big one is the ability to create Story Files, which is just a way to organize and collect a lot of separate pages (I make a big blank story file with hundreds of pages and use it as a digital sketchbook).
All the drawing tools are present in the standard version. EX is useful if you’re working on multiple-page stories, but even then it’s not necessary (just very helpful).
Wow. Manga Studio 5 is $17 on Amazon. -
I know a lot of you haven’t tried Manga Studio, but it’s on sale on Amazon for $17.
Manga Studio 5 is like a mix of Painter, SAI, and Photoshop. It’s my favorite app to make art in and, at that price, there’s no reason not to try it too.
The brushes I…
Manga Studio is probably my favorite/most-used software of the last decade.
The majestic wolfsong
Hello! I’ve got a brand-new digital sketchbook available. It’s a whopping 379 pages! That’s as big as three of my usual sketchbooks combined. You can get a copy on Gumroad or on Sellfy (which accepts Paypal).