How I used Clip Studio Paint and Blender to create an animated video (1st YouTube Tutorial)
The tutorial has both the video screen captures from Clip Studio Paint so you can watch me draw and it on screen video capture from within Blender so that the process is more understandable. I am a little nervous when speaking publicly but this took it to a whole new level. Next time I’ll practice what I’m going to say more but the final project does sound pretty genuine which is what I was going for.
City Witch (Clip Studio Paint and Blender)
The design was created using Clip Studio Paint and I used the Blender Video Compositor to add the music into the video into a combined video for your listening and viewing enjoyment.
Forest Witch Blender Animation Posted to YouTube
Just uploaded my latest video to my channel. You can read more about it in my latest post earlier tonight. I included a screen shot down below so you can see it in the Blender video editor.
The Wood Witch YouTube Video
Just uploaded my next video on YouTube. It’s a combination of an illustration made using Clip Studio Paint and Blender. As an artist, it’s very important to utilize all of the tools out there…and boy are there a lot. Blender and Clip Studio Paint work very well together in that you can start a project in one application and finish it up in another. Most folks I know create grey boxes in Blender, export them, and then import them into their favorite drawing program where they create their final illustration.