Hello, and welcome to Getting Started With Manga Studio! My name is George, and in this course we are going to be familiarising ourselves with Manga Studio, a fantastic tool used for illustration and digital art. At the end of this course, you will have gained a solid understanding of what Manga Studio is and how you can use it in your workflow.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 00:56
2.Interface2 lessons, 14:52
3.Tools7 lessons, 48:18
3.1The Basics and Canvas Manipulation03:44
3.4Pen, Pencil, Eraser09:37
3.5Fill, Gradient, Airbrush08:55
3.7Text and Speech Bubbles02:31
4.Layers4 lessons, 19:49
4.1Creating Layers and Layer Types03:08
5.Materials2 lessons, 10:15
6.Filters3 lessons, 15:01
6.1Blur and Sharpen04:48
7.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:46
Hi, my name's George and I'm a freelance illustrator. Welcome to this series of lessons on Manga Studio. Manga Studio has many different features that aren't present in other software, like tools to make perspective drawing quick and easy, rulers for precise drawing, and even dedicated tools to make your own comics. And so it plays a key part in my current work process. In these lessons, I'm going to be guiding you through the features and how to use them, which will get you up and running with the software in no time. These lessons are geared towards people who have prior basic knowledge of another graphics program, such as Photoshop, as I'll be making comparisons as we explore each feature. For these lessons, you'll need a copy of Manga Studio. Or, in my case, Clip Studio, which is exactly the same software, but it's been renamed, if you bought it digitally. I'm using version 1.3, which is the same as Manga Studio 5. You'll also need a graphics tablet, so that you can draw, and play with the different tools. When you're ready, move on to the next video, and we can get started.