If you’ve been here before, you may know my preferred digital art program. I have been using Clip Studio Paint (or Manga Studio), since a colleague introduced it to me. Before then, I’ve been struggling with GIMP, which to be honest, left me with little motivation to actually draw.
A two hour sketch that kind of stretched to about three hours with all the little tweaking I did after I should have “finished” it.
I am working on a bigger project, but I didn’t want to stop doing my 2 hour drawings. Tonight, I felt like practicing painting in Clip Studio Paint.
A 2 hour sketch in Clip Studio Paint to celebrate the first polar vortex of the season!
Between Sims 4 and suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome and a bad back, I haven’t been drawing much. I wanted to get a whole slew of stuff done for the holidays, but that probably isn’t going to happen.
The “heat wave” started about two weeks ago. Temperatures in Toronto have been consistently over 30°C for almost two weeks straight. Add on top of that some gross humidity, and it was feeling like 40°C for a few days. You’d walk outside your air conditioned office and moisture would immediately condense on your cool skin, making it feel even clammier.