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Hello this is Lyrl. I haven't updated the theme in forever. But in any case expect to see FE:A and Digimon related stuff:3

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lamune623:

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-10-17/new-digimon-anime-older-hikari-previewed-in-silhouette/.80032
That’s Silhouette of Hikari Yagami along with silhouette Taichi Yagami!

lamune623:

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-10-17/new-digimon-anime-older-hikari-previewed-in-silhouette/.80032

That’s Silhouette of Hikari Yagami along with silhouette Taichi Yagami!

yamino:

introducingemy:

naughtyjester:

I know I’ve been basically acting as a clown with a sign outside the Manga Studio shop, but I do realize that some people are just too used to other programs to change now. And that’s fine, if you actually work better with it. But part of the reason I went over to Manga Studio, when I’ve tried Photoshop, SAI, Gimp, FireAlpaca, Sketchbook Pro, and Corel Painter… is because of the exceptional stabilizers and penstroke guides that let you make distinctive shapes, draw easily in perspective, and make it all look highly organic and professional.

Well… for those of you who want to stick with your other art programs… There is Lazy Nezumi Pro.

http://lazynezumi.tumblr.com/

I do not use it. But that’s only because I feel that Manga Studio can already do all this stuff. But I am exceedingly impressed with what LNP has created. They’ve created a program that brings stabilizers, perspective guides, pressure sensitivity editing, and much more to programs that don’t normally have them.

I will just let the images speak for themselves:

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This is the exact reason I have strayed from Photoshop. Because of the lack of ARTIST tools, and the profound lack of stability.

Well, here it is. They fixed it. And it works with other programs too.

So… yeah. If you aren’t interested in Manga Studio, but you still want to improve your digital penstrokes, definitely check out the demo.

http://lazynezumi.com/home

I’ve been using this nearly constantly since I got it.  It’s amazing~

Interesting…

I’m also one of those who was actively advertising manga studio/clip studio when it was on sale (more on twitter though), and while this isn’t a post about clip studio, I agree fully with OP’s point that photoshop lacks artist tools as well as stability in its pen strokes. As OP had said, manga studio/clip studio can do what lazy nezumi can; and those pen strokes demonstrations (that last one with comparison against photoshop especially) should be convincing enough for anyone who has tried creating lineart with photoshop.

Photoshop, as its name suggests, is primarily more for photo manipulation rather than made specially for artists, it has a lot of tools drawing artists might not even need, making it bulky and perhaps lags your system a lot. Programs like clip studio and sai and lazy nezumi are specialized especially for drawing artists’ needs. Most importantly, it’s way more affordable than photoshop, clip studio pro being only $15 when it was on sale for the last few days. Even now that it’s back to its original price, it’s only $50, way cheaper than a full priced photoshop cs6, which is about $700. 

You may say you could always get a pirated version; the risks of installing problematic ones aside, buying legitimate products serves as an indicator for developers to know that there is a demand, and hence spurs developers to create and improve more. It also funds and supports the industry, because a product won’t be able to feed itself without its consumers. I’m not telling people to go out of their way and spend unreasonable amounts on expensive programs either; that’s why I strongly recommend programs like manga studio/clip studio and sai; heck, I think lazy nezumi too even though this is my first time hearing about it. They have great functionality, they are catered to drawing artists’ needs, and they are affordable. You can do your part to support the arts without burning a hole in your pocket, and you gain a great program too out of it.

And so to that I say, why the heck not.  

Don’t even know why I’m suddenly posting drawings I did a month+ back. Made as test sprites to play around with rpg vx ace haha (bought it back when it was on sale), troubleshooting was headache inducing but also a lot of fun to play with;w; Also tried to use a more rounded style, was fun to do as well :) 

Also clip studio /manga studio 5 is on sale for USD $15 (70% off) right now, just bought it ahaha (yes I flock over to buy when I see software on sale).

Also please click the egg (Daily if you can!): digimon-adventure.net

Wanting to reblog Koe no Katachi manga spoilers but not wanting to spoil any potential readers who happen to be following me here… 

Please read Koe no katachi it’s a manga with really powerful messages (also prepare tissues). 

demonoflight:

yosabby:

All of you who belong to the Digimon fandom!!

I played this Digimon-moji game at digimon-adventure.net and noticed few words which are…

gaikoukan = diplomat > taichi

uchuuhikoushi = astronaut > yamato

shousetsuka = novelist > takeru

isha = doctor > jou

ryourikenkyuuka = cook > mimi

So this is pretty good proof, that they are retconning nothing.

Spread the word.

THIS MAKES ME SO HAPPY

I got Hakase as well! That’s probably Koushirou’s? (Though I thought it should be Kenkyusha (researcher) instead of Hakase (professor), maybe it’s someone elses…?) in any case I haven’t managed to get any of the above yet (gotta play more) They are really increasing the vocabulary count by a lot this time ;w; (which makes it challenging but also really fun) 

ALSO I AM CRYING TEARS OF JOY AND RELIEF OVER THIS POST. 

dracumon:

Guess who just hatched!!

dracumon:

Guess who just hatched!!

and not just any Digimon egg, Koushirou. 

Great job everyone, it’s all thanks to your hard work that we’re able to come so far. Really, thank you, Digimon fandom and everyone else who helped click! ;w; 

Great job everyone, it’s all thanks to your hard work that we’re able to come so far. Really, thank you, Digimon fandom and everyone else who helped click! ;w; 

mydecolife:

NADE-NADE!!!!

digimon-adventure.net

GOGOGO!! 

JUST DROP WHAT YOU’RE DOING RIGHT NOW AND CLICK THE EGG— WE’RE UNDER 9500!!!

JUST DROP WHAT YOU’RE DOING RIGHT NOW AND CLICK THE EGG— WE’RE UNDER 9500!!!