This workshop will focus on the technical uses of Clip Studio Paint as an Illustration & Comics Program. Students can expect a basic introduction to the program’s User Interface & hotkeys and will learn to utilize layers, brushes, built in 3D models, and comic creation features to develop their own illustrations and short comics. This intensive two week workshop will focus on Clip Studio Paint Pro though accommodations for those who own EX can be made, provided they inform the workshop coordinator (email@example.com) in advance. Please note that this workshop will focus on CSP for comic and illustration applications, NOT animation.
This workshop runs from Monday to Friday for two weeks, with homework assigned between sessions. While completion of these assignments are not mandatory, feedback will be provided for those who submit work and are interested in receiving such.
This workshop requires Internet Access and will take place via Google Hangouts/Meetings. Sessions will be recorded and provided to students. Students will be required to use their web camera or phone during the stream to share work if they would like to receive feedback or direction with their life drawing.
Please note that materials are not included in the cost of this class.
- Clip Studio PAINT (Free 3 Month Trial Available) Please ensure the device you’ll be using meets the system requirements & ensure the program is installed and functional before the first session of the workshop.
- A laptop or desktop computer which can run Clip Studio Paint.
- A digital drawing tablet (Examples: Wacom, Huion, XP Pen or other equivalent supported by Clip Studio PAINT)
- Any work should be saved in a .jpg format no larger than 1200×1200 pixels unless the instructor requests otherwise. These files can be uploaded to a google drive which will be provided to students.
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About the Instructor
ANA JAIMES is a Visual Arts graduate and a MTM ISSA Alumni that specializes in industry level arts from comics to illustration, and storyboarding. Currently working as a Art Director for NerdyCity, Ana is one of their main artists and created a significant portion of the art for their newest book “Commandroids“.
You can find more of Ana’s work over on Twitter.