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Re: Art Resources

Post by Orcapon on 28th December 2016, 8:58 pm

Firealpaca? Sai?
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Re: Art Resources

Post by Burnin' Bunnies on 28th December 2016, 10:35 pm

I hear Krita is good as well. In fact, I hear it's better than FireAlpaca and can do CMYK formatting, which would be good for printing art or books, so good for webcomics? I might look into it myself, but I'm pretty comfortable with FireAlpaca. But it is something to look into.

Specifically for webcomics, Manga Studio? I can't remember what exactly Medibang Paint is good for.
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Post by Greece on 29th December 2016, 12:56 pm

Clip Studio Paint/Manga Studio are both good and can do a lot of things and make a decent enough alternative to Photoshop (as a user of both). There are a few things that Photoshop can do that CSP/MS can't, but I think it makes up for it in being able to mix your colors, and being a vector program (which I heavily rely on for line art).

It does cost money though, so that's a factor. Bunnies has done most, if not all, of her work with Fire Alpaca so that should prove how good of a program that is. It's also free so that helps too. I've used it when I went to her house once but I didn't really like it. If you don't want to spend money I'd say for that as of now, but if you are willing to spend money then about anything you can be will feel and work a bit better then a free program
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Re: Art Resources

Post by jokool on 29th December 2016, 2:42 pm

I will definitely keep those in mind. Thanks guys!


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Re: Art Resources

Post by Burnin' Bunnies on 30th December 2016, 1:39 am

No problem!

Can confirm that all of my digital art since having an art tablet has been done with FireAlpaca. It works fine for me.
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