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    Anyone have any Clip Studio Paint secret weapons?

    I have a couple of secret weapons that I find myself using surprisingly often.

    First is Mesh Transformation... This should be called the tweaking tool. It's great for fine tuning a drawing (sometimes even for major overhauls.) Is a character's muscle, or head, or cheek not quite as round or straight as you would like it? Tweak. Is one eye slightly off compared to the other? Tweak. Or maybe you need something to be just a bit longer or shorter than how you drew it so that the perspective or forced perspective looks right. Tweak.

    Another one for me is Stream... I use Stream all the time to create cross hatching or shading textures. It takes a bit of practice to get used to all the options, but Stream creates it's own layer (sort of like a correction layer) so you can always go back and tweak the control points if you end up changing your drawing.

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    I'll throw a few out, but they're not exactly a secret.

    A good substitute for Kyle T Webster brushes for CSP is from Ray Frenden. While they're not quite on the level as Kyle T Webster (which I equate to being a limitation on CSP's brush engine, not on Ray's brushes), I use them daily.

    Also, and I just learned this, but when using the transform tool, if you hold down CMD (Ctrl for Windows) and click on a corner, you are then able to distort just that corner.


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