kaorien said: I remember seeing some posts when art programs are on sale, so I just wanted to let you know clipstudio is on sale from now to monday the 28th! It's $19 for pro (60% off) and $99 (55% off) for ex version.
You are very correct! Thank you for letting us know, we will happily share this with our followers.
ClipStudio is a drawing program for both Windows and Mac. It is greatly discounted right now.
Here is a link to their official website where you can find the deal:
Here are a few examples of their program’s finctions, though many more can be found on the front page of their website.
Also, a video of their program in motion [Link].
It seems to be a Vector based program, much like Illustrator or Adobe Flash. For followers who are not aware, Photoshop works in Pixels rather then Vectors.
Signal boosting for anyone interested. The 3D model things seems really cool!
proposal: everybody draws their otps in this shitty ass Romantic Pose
im gunna do it
Love hit him like a ton of… snake.
Some time ago Chris bought Tomodachi Life. We proceeded to populate it with all of our book characters.
At one point, Xriah ended up wearing a jogging outfit with the lamest design (arm warmers, booty shorts) and the worst colors (neooonnnn) I could possibly imagine. Of course, I had to draw it.
I actually believe artists and scientists think very similarly. Complex, abstract thought? They both have that down. It’s all about where that thinking takes you after that.
Words cannot describe how much I love this post.
I’m an artist and my husband is a scientist and dude, the conversations we have..just..woah.
Both artists an scientists observe, study, and interpret. The most successful of both worlds are the creative ones. I happen to be both an artist and a scientist, and I know I’m not alone :)
I’ve seen a lot of scientists who dismiss art, and artists who dismiss science, as if these two things are opposing and mutually exclusive. In fact, it is exactly the opposite. Art needs science to be grounded in reality and the human psyche, and science needs art to imagine, and to be accessible to the public. Imagine a word without medicine and technology, and imagine a world where everything is black and white text. They need each other.
Science does not take the wonder out of the world. It takes out some of the mystery, and mystery can be a form of love. But the truest, deepest loves are when you have a deep understanding of what you are looking at; when you can appreciate what it is and how it came to be, and love every facet of its existence.
(Source: youtube.com, via starborn-vagaboo)