Author Topic: By Celsys: IllustStudio-The Japanese Photoshop, or the closest you'll ever get.  (Read 457092 times)

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Go to the celcys clip website, and request a full trial key (Somewhere, on one of the pages there's a button, click it, you'll get a mail with a key, it might arrive in your spam). Trials are currently valid until the 30th September.

EDIT: If you're logged in on that website, there's a button on this url: http://www.clip-studio.com/clipstudio/tooltop/template/IllustStudio click it.


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figue, Coda, thanks, will try.

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oh oh, there is an alternative online download store link @ Celsys!
http://shop.vector.co.jp/service/catalogue/illuststudio/

And it looks like a regular online store without the horrible registration form, though i didn't go all the way down to the payment part.
Woohoo, there is still hope!  :P

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How did you managed to translate IllustStudio? You think it would be possible to translate NekoPaint as well? Really enjoying nekopaint for inking, the pressure curve makes all the difference and you can use any bitmap you want for the brush nib as opposed to SAI which uses points for the elemaps.
I'll take a look at it this weekend ;)

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oh oh, there is an alternative online download store link @ Celsys!
http://shop.vector.co.jp/service/catalogue/illuststudio/

And it looks like a regular online store without the horrible registration form, though i didn't go all the way down to the payment part.
Woohoo, there is still hope!  :P

No luck....this site asks for kanji,romaji of the name & telephone number

So people who can't use kanji...like me...are out of luck.
« Last Edit: September 07, 2009, 09:11:00 PM by minray »

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Yep, so much is true, it does not accept latin alphabet, sadly enough, ... just gave it a try...
Guess, it is time for plan B, Amazone.co.jp, they do ship internationally.
LINK
Shipping rates

*sigh* ...
I am too in love with this software to give up tbh, i would marry it if i could T_T ... this one beats the crap out of everything i have tried, damn it, why don't they just release an english package already...

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Guess, it is time for plan B, Amazone.co.jp, they do ship internationally.
LINK
Shipping rates
Not for all their products...
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Product Details

    * Shipping: We're sorry; this item can not be shipped outside Japan


Yea, i got the very same mail, they must be getting a decent amount of those to have a template reply ready >.>.
Template replies are easy! xD
« Last Edit: September 08, 2009, 01:12:40 AM by Kaetemi »

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Re: By Celsys: IllustStudio-The Japanese Photoshop, or the closest you'll ever
« Reply #82 on: September 08, 2009, 10:25:57 AM »
hmm....installed IllustStudio on a lcd display and a wacom pen display, and the tablet pen mapping is screwed up....

*reset tablet drivers, and everything's peachy....  :-[
« Last Edit: September 08, 2009, 12:05:59 PM by whazzup »

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CELSYS' wacom input code is known to experience weird things with users that switch between monitors...


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Now what I want is a brush that starts out large but transparent, and goes thin and darker when I press harder...
Anyone know if that's possible somewhere?

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Now what I want is a brush that starts out large but transparent, and goes thin and darker when I press harder...
Anyone know if that's possible somewhere?

Set to dark composite and adjust the pressure curse, you could make something like that quite easily.

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Now what I want is a brush that starts out large but transparent, and goes thin and darker when I press harder...
Anyone know if that's possible somewhere?

Lemme see if i get this right:


High Pressure < ---------- > Low Pressure
          |                                        |
    Small Tip      <---------->   Large Tip       
          |                                        |
High Density  <--------------> Low Density   


Yea it is possible, but feels very unnatural, why would you wanna do that?



« Last Edit: September 10, 2009, 02:27:03 AM by Coda »

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Re: By Celsys: IllustStudio-The Japanese Photoshop, or the closest you'll ever
« Reply #88 on: September 10, 2009, 06:10:47 AM »
Set to dark composite and adjust the pressure curse, you could make something like that quite easily.


mind if u provide some screencaps on how 2 do it? Looked thru the settings but nt sure which ones to change...

and 2 answer Coda, it'll be like using the side of a fat brush at the start of the stroke and ending with the brush's pointed tip.....

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Re: By Celsys: IllustStudio-The Japanese Photoshop, or the closest you'll ever
« Reply #89 on: September 10, 2009, 06:58:43 AM »



ok, reversed the pressure graph and i'm getting the above stroke. When i press harder the stroke thins to nothingness....but when i pick up my tablet pen, pressure is released and you see this short stroke at the top right of the canvas....

so any way 2 tweak the settings to avoid this....as well as make the broad starting part of the stroke soft, while the ending part hard and sharp....