EricHall wrote: »
just checked out the trial. Anyone else having issues with a dual monitor setup and an intuos? No matter how I set up my tablet settings, Paintstorm refuses to have my cursor and brush in the same spot.
SpaceRogue wrote: »
At first I thought this was going to be another Painter wannebe, but it actually impressed me greatly.
Paintstormstudio wrote: »
2)Mac version - We have already started work on this
Muzz wrote: »
Except i'm a windows user so it doesn't need to be a Photoshop replacement for me. Right now it sits at Paint Tool Sai killer for me which i bought ages back for $70. So this is a steal.
Odow wrote: »
Oh finally a SAI user! I love Sai but the lacks of any updates make me wanna change for paintstorm, It feel like the brush react similar to SAI, what's your opinion in term of comparison between those 2 softwares.
BagelHero wrote: »
Clip Studio is much more comparable with SAI's brush engine, honestly. It almost feels like a direct upgrade.
This program has a great feeling brush engine, just I wouldn't say it was SAI-like.
skankerzero wrote: »
Clip Studio = Manga Studio 5.
BagelHero wrote: »
Is it? I didn't know CELSYS owned SYSTEMAX...
Almost certain they don't, since they seperate Systemax and Celsys products entirely (The last mention I can find is when the collaborated in 2012 to create CATCON), but when Celsys got, for example, Metasequoia, it was added to their website. I would assume they would have added SAI, too?
Unless you just mean the actual developers of SAI. In which case, I'd be interested in a source, actually. That wouldn't surprise me, but I can't find any info on it.
(Sorry for the tangent)
alonzo wrote: »
Could somebody point out where the imprint (or legal information) from the developer is?
ikken wrote: »
clip studio is no longer distributed by manga studio local distributer (smith micro), it's done digitally through the japanese website.