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The FIRST STEPS! : Settings, Inking, Essential Technique

teacher avatar Naomasa Matsuda, Manga Artist, Lecturer

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Introduction

      1:52

    • 2.

      What you will need

      2:36

    • 3.

      Settings for iPad

      8:54

    • 4.

      Settings for Windows PC

      8:30

    • 5.

      Settings for Mac

      8:06

    • 6.

      Preparing to start Inking

      9:05

    • 7.

      Inking a Boy

      6:39

    • 8.

      Inking a Girl Using Keyboard Shortcuts

      9:22

    • 9.

      Final Thoughts: Thank you so much!

      0:34

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About This Class

It's time to draw with CSP! Join Naomasa Matsuda for a fun adventure exploring easy ways to draw with Clip Studio Paint.

In this class you'll learn:

  • Basic but very important settings for CSP.
    (iPad, Windows PC, and Mac)
    If you start drawing without setting this up correctly, you may get confused halfway through and hate drawing.
  • Basic use of CSP: draw, erase, fill, undo/redo, zoom in/out, rotate, and keyboard shortcuts to make it easier to do so.

Who is this class for?

All are welcome. You don't need to be a professional artist or illustrator to take the class. You don't need to know how to draw, or even have ever used CSP before.

Class Outline:

Video 1: Introduction.
Video 2: What you will need
Recommended equipment you need to get started with digital drawing, including an iPad and an Apple pen.
Video 3: Setting up CSP on the iPad
Video 4: Setting up CSP on a Windows PC
Video 5: Setting up CSP on a Mac
Video 6: Preparing to start inking
Introduction to dip pens used by Japanese manga artists and how to open files.
Video 7: Inking a boy
Introduction to inking on the reference material 'Shonen' and basic use of CSP.
Video 8: Inking a girl
Introduction to inking for reference material 'Girl' and useful keyboard shortcuts.
Video 9: Final thoughts



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Naomasa Matsuda

Manga Artist, Lecturer

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Hi from Kyoto, Japan!

I have worked as a manga artist for over 20 years and have taught how to draw manga for 9 years at the Kyoto University of the Arts. I also served as a selection committee member of the "Japan Media Arts Festival " organized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs in Japan from 2017 to 2020. Currently a lecturer at a "L'ecole Japonaise de Manga" in France.

I have taught more than 400 students face-to-face at that University, some of whom have already become professional Manga Artists. I have published 18 manga books in Japan, and also in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and South Korea, and also serialized on the web for 10 years.

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1. Introduction: Have you ever heard of an application software called Clip Studio Paint, CSP? This is the best and most popular application used by many professional manga artists in Japan. This is very useful. But on the other hand, because of its many useful functions, it is also a bit difficult to use, especially for beginners. In this lesson, I'm going to show you how to use the CSP in the most basic way. Hi, I'm Naomasa Matsuda a Manga artist based in Kyoto, Japan. I've been teaching manga at the university in Kyoto for eight years. I have also been a member of the selection committee of the Japan Media Arts Festival for three years. Since 2020, I'm teaching at a Manga school in France. To take this class. You don't need to have any previous knowledge or experience. You will start from the very basics in the same way that I teach students with no previous CSP experience at University in Kyoto. You can use CSP on a Windows PC, Mac, or iPad. At the end of this course, you will know the basic settings and operation of the CSP. And will be able to draft and ink freely. Are you ready? Okay, let's get started. 2. What you will need: The first thing you will need is a computer with CSP installed and a tablet. The best way to start is with an iPad and an Apple pencil. This is the easiest way to get started. If you have a computer. The cheapest way to get started is to buy a pen tablet. However, it will take some training to get used to it. Because you will be drawing on this tablet while looking at the screen. Like this. I'm already used to it. So it's no probrem for me. But if you are new to this, it's not easy. It's better to try it out in a shop, if you can. I don't recommend anything other than Wacom products, as they often have performance probrem. Then there's a tablet PC and stylus pen that comes with it. This seems to be very similar to using an iPad. But if you use a less powerful computer, you may not able to draw an accurate line. Again, it's best to try this out in a shop, if possible. Then there are the Wacom pen computers. In fact, they are the best. I wouldn't recommend anything but Wacom for performance either. However, the Wacom ones are quite expensive. So I will only recommend them if you can afford them. And pen displays. Again, Wacom Is a way to go. This is cheaper than buying a new iPad if you already have a computer. But it's not as easy to use as an iPad in that you need a cable. Now, in many cases, these computers do not have CSP installed on them. If this is a case, you can download it from the CELSYS website and install it. Did you do it? Then I'm going to explain how to use the CSP. 3. Settings for iPad: Hi guys. In this video, I will show you how to use the CSP on iPad with an Apple pencil. First of all, start the clip Studio. When you see a red mark here. It means that there's a newer version of this. In that case, click here and follow the instructions to update. When the update is complete or it is the latest version, you will not see a red mark here. Click here to start the Clip Studio Paint, CSP. The next step is to go to preferences, which controls the entirety of CSP. Click on interface. Here you can choose between light or dark colors. So choose the one you like best. Then click on rulers and units. In the unit section, is the length units here set to pixels? If so, change it to millimeters. For text section, change it to points. Then click on Canvas and click on Settings. This is a setting that lets you know how big your drawing will be when printed. You will never print them. You don't need to do anything about this setting. But if you think you might, you should adjust this. What does this mean? Here's what I mean. Suppose you are trying to draw your character on the CSP Canvas. Can you find the right size of the drawing? Impossible. This is because everyone's screen size is different. One centimeter on screen is not one centimeter when print. That's why here you need to teach your CSP the one centimeter of the ruler. When you move this slider, do you see how the scale gets bigger or smaller? Place your ruler here and move the slider so that the scale on the screen is exactly the same as the scale on the ruler. When you are satisfied with the settings, click Okay. You are done. I will explain later how you can check the size of your print. Okay? The next step is to set the paper. Click on this icon or click on File. And then New. This will bring up a screen like this. The leftmost one is a paper for illustration. When you set this, you can create a paper of the size you want. And here. If you want to write on a non-white paper, you can freely change the color here. Next, this is a sheet of paper for a Webtoon, a vertical scrolling comic. So this is a long verticals sheet of paper. Next, comics. This is probably what most of you want. When you click on this preset, you will see a variety of papers. Select this. The other items are not necessarily right now. So I will not explain here. Click Okay. Then you will see this sheet, these blue, could be purple, anyway I mean, all these lines here are the guidelines for bookbinding. The printing company will print your drawing on the sheets of paper and then cuts and binds a book using these lines. In other words, if you don't plan to bind the book, these lines are unnecessary. And you can draw on illustration paper. For those of you who want to bind. Here is a standard area for drawing. Normally, you would make some panels in this area to draw the pictures and speech bubbles. Next is this line. It shows the area of the entire paper when it is cut and bound. In other words, this area is what the reader will see. A few decades ago, there were very few manga artist who draw in this area, but nowadays there are fewer who do not. You may therefore draw in this area. But for the purposes of binding the inside margins, which is this part of the right-hand page, and this part of the left-hand page should be free of pictures and balloons. Because when your manga is bound, this area is difficult for readers to see. This line is for a margin for error when printed. So draw until this outer line. The next step is to set the pen pressure. Then move your pen freely on the paper as you usually draw. You will see this graph change. Now, click Okay. If you don't like this setting, you can go back to here and reset as you like. In this figure, the vertical axis shows thickness of a line. And the horizontal axis shows the magnitude of the pressure. If you don't want to draw too much thick lines, do like this, then you will have to apply a lot of pressure to get a thick line. On the other hand, if you want to draw a thick line with little pressure, you can do like this. Now, you are ready to draw. Next. Here. It's probably black on your screen. But if not, click Black. And from the tool on the left, here it is, click the pen. In the sub tools panel here, you will see the G-pen, the mapping pen and various other pens. You don't really know what a G-pen or Mapping Pen means. Let's try them out. One more important thing. Tap here, on the arrows. Select the topmost option, then tap this icon again to activate this function. When the icon is like gray, it is enabled. Why you need to do this? When it is light gray, you can move the canvas freelly with one finger. But if not, you see? This is what happens. Okay? 4. Settings for Windows PC: This section describes how to use the CSP with a Windows PC and a pen tablet. First of all, start the clip Studio. When you see a red mark here. It means that there's a newer version of this. In that case, click here and follow the instructions to update. When the update is complete or it is a latest version. You will not see a red mark here. Click here to start, like Clip Studio Paint, CSP. The next step is to go to preferences, which controls the entirety of CSP. Click on fire, and preferences. Click on interface. Here you can choose between light or dark colors. So choose the one you like best. Next, the touch control settings. Uncheck this box, then click on rulers and units. In the unit section is a length units here set to pixels. If so, change it to millimeters. For text section, change it to pints. Then click on Canvas and click on Settings. This is a setting that lets you know how big your drawing will be when printed. You will never print them. You don't need to do anything about this setting. But if you think you might, should adjust this, what does this mean? Here's what I mean. Suppose you are trying to draw your character on CSP Canvas. Can you find the right size of the drawing? Impossible? This is because everyone's screen sizes different. One centimeter on screen is not one centimeter when print. That's why here you need to teach your CSP. The one centimeter of the rural. When you move this slider, this see how the scale gets bigger or smaller. Place your ruler here and move the slider so that the scale on the screen is exactly the same as the scale on the ruler. When you are satisfied with the settings, click, Okay, you are done. I will explain later how you can check the size of your print. Okay? The next step is to set the paper. Click on this icon or click on File. And then New. This will bring up a screen like this. The leftmost one is a paper for illustration. When you set this, you can create a paper of the size you want. And here, if you want to write on unknown white paper, you can freely change the color here. Next, this is a sheet of paper for web tune of vertical scrolling comic. So this is a long verticals sheet of paper. Next, comics. This is probably what most of you want. When you click on this preset, you will see a variety of papers. Select this for commercial issued, the five millimeter monochrome. The other items are not necessarily right now. So I will not explain here. Click, Okay. Then you will see this sheet, this blue, purple. Anyway. I mean, all these lines here are the guidelines for bookbinding. Printing company will print your drawing on the sheets of paper and then cuts and binds a book using these lines. In other words, if you don't plan to bind the book, these lines are unnecessary. And you can draw on illustration paper. For those of you who want to bind, here is a standard area for drawing. Normally, you would make some panels in this area to draw the pictures and speech bubbles. Next is this line. It shows the area of the entire paper they need is cut and bound. In other words, this area is what the reader will see. A few decades ago, there were very few manga artist who draw in this area, but nowadays there are fewer fruit. Not you may therefore draw in this area. But for the purposes of binding the inside margins, which is this part of the right-hand page, and this part of the left-hand page should be free of pictures and balloons. Because when new manga is bound, this area is difficult for readers to see. This line is for a margin for error when printing. So draw until this outer line. The next step is to set the pen pressure. Click on file in the menu and go down to the bottom. Click on it. Then move your pen freely on the paper. As you usually draw. You will see this graph change. Now, click okay. If you don't like this setting, you can go back to here. And we said, as you like, in this figure, the vertical axis shows thickness of a line. And the horizontal axis shows the magnitude of the pressure. If you don't want to draw too much thick lines, do like this, then you will have to apply a lot of pressure to get a thick line. On the other hand, if you want to draw a thick line with little pressure, you can do like this. Now, you are ready to draw. Next. Here. It's probably black on your screen. But if not, click Black. And from the two on the left here it is. The pen. In the pen to span over here. You will see the G pen, the mapping pen, and various other pens. You don't really know what a GI panel Mapping Pen means. Let's try them out. 5. Settings for Mac: In this video, I will show you how to use a CSP. First of all, start the clip Studio. When you see a red mark here. It means that there's a newer version of this. In that case, click here and follow the instructions to update. When the update is complete or it is a latest version. You will not see a red mark here. Click here to start the Clip Studio Paint CSP. The next step is to go to preferences, which controls the entirety of CSP. Click on interface. Here you can choose between light or dark colors. So choose the one you like. Best thing, click on rulers and units. In the unit section is length units here set to pixels. If I change it to millimeters. For text section, change it to pints. Then click on Canvas and click on Settings. This is a setting that lets you know how big your drawing will be when printed. You will never print them. You don't need to do anything about this setting. But if you think you might, should adjust this, what does this mean? Here's what I mean. Suppose you are trying to draw your character on CSP Canvas. Can you find the right size of the drawing? Impossible? This is because everyone's screen sizes different. And one centimeter on screen is not one centimeter when print. That's why here you need to teach your CSP than one centimeter of the rural. When you move this slider, this see how the scale gets bigger or smaller. Place your ruler here and move the slider so that the scale on the screen is exactly the same as the scale on the ruler. When you are satisfied with the settings, click, Okay, you are done. I will explain later how you can check the size of your print. Okay? The next step is to set the paper. Click on this icon or click on File. And then New. This will bring up a screen like this. The leftmost one is a paper for illustration. When you set this, you can create a paper of the size you want. And here, if you want to write on unknown white paper, you can freely change the color here. Next, this is a sheet of paper for web to a vertical scrolling comic. So this is a long verticals sheet of paper. Next, comics. This is probably what most of you want. When you click on this preset, you will see a variety of papers. Select this. The other items are not necessarily right now. So I will not explain here. Click Okay. Then you will see this sheet, this blue, purple. Anyway. I mean, all these lines here are the guidelines for bookbinding printing company will print your drawing on the sheets of paper and then cuts and binds a book using these lines. In other words, if you don't plan to bind the book, these lines are unnecessary. And you can draw on illustration paper. For those of you who want to bind. Here is standard area for drawing. Normally, you would make some panels in this area to draw the pictures and speech bubbles. Next is this line shows the area of the entire paper when it is cut and bound. In other words, this area is what the reader will see. A few decades ago, there were very few manga artist draw in this area, but nowadays there are fewer fruit nut. You may therefore draw in this area. But for the purposes of binding the inside margins, which is this part of the right-hand page, and this part of the left-hand page should be free of pictures and balloons. Because when new manga is bound, this area is difficult for readers to see. This line is for a margin for error when printing. So draw until this outer line. The next step is to set the pen, pressure your pen freely on the paper. As you usually draw. You will see this graph change. Now, click okay. If you don't like this setting, you can go back to here. And we said, as you like, in this figure, the vertical axis shows, solves a line. And the horizontal axis shows magnitude of the pressure. You don't want to draw too much thick lines, do like this. Then you will have to apply a lot of pressure to get a thick line. On the other hand, if you want to draw a thick line with little pressure, you can do like this. Now, you are ready to draw. Next. Here. It's probably black on your screen. If not, click Black. And from the two on the left, here it is. Click the pen. In the sub tools panel here, you will see the G pen, the mapping pen, and various other pens. You don't really know what G pen or mapping pen means. Let's try them out. 6. Preparing to start Inking: Before I explain, in Qing, let me show you a real deep pen. Professional Japanese manga use several different types of depends when inking being the traditional way. In my case, I mainly use these three types of depends. First of all, this is a mapping. And this is also a mapping pen, but you can draw a softer line with it. These are mainly used for drawing backgrounds and effect lines. And this is a G pen, which is used for most of the characters in, shown in manga. Okay, now back to the CSP. First, click on the real G pen, okay? If you can't find it, click on G pen at the top. That's okay. You're paying is now our dip pen called real G pen, or maybe Japan. Now look at the two properties here. Here you can see the brush size 30 to about 1. For now. What this means is that you can draw thick or thin lines 3D with it. But the maximum thickness is one millimeter. You have changed the numerical unit two millimeters in the preferences. If you change it to pixels, the thickness will be different. The paper is too small to see clearly. Is. So let's zoom in a little. The zooming here or here. If you want to zoom out. Here. Okay, click twice. This should be about right. Let's draw some lines. Try drawing slowly with less force than, more false, then less force than more force and so on. Yeah. Did you find it different from pencil or marker? This is G pair, you feed it. Now, let's try using a G pen for inking. First, download the sample drawings to photo of your choice. Then open the sample drawing you want to ink. There are three ways to open it. The first way is to click on file in the menu above. Then click open, Open the folder, saving the sample bias you downloaded. And click on this sample picture and open it. If you are a beginner, this is the easiest way to understand. Second, click on this icon, then click on a sample picture and open it up in the folder where the downloaded sample files are saved. Then drag and drop it. A sample is now open. Let's start inking. But before that, I said computer screens Barry in size. And you can take from screen how big it will be when it's printed. So you need to teach the CSP how big the rural actually is. The remember that? Then? How do you know the size when it's printed from the screen? I'll show you that using this picture, okay. Click on View here, then click on print size. You will see that the size of the picture on the screen has changed. This is the actual size of the picture when it's printed. Is it true? Okay, let's find out. Here is a real print of this picture. Compared with the picture on the screen. What they see. They are the same size. Since you gave the CSP and actual ruler, you can click on the print size and it will tell you how big it will be when printed, regardless of the size of your computer screen. The G pen is a handy pen. The thickness of which can be friendly adjusted depending on the pressure. This is why it is used by most professional manga artist in Japan. On the other hand, the G pen can be a bit tricky to use for beginners who don't have the freedom to control the pressure. You can find it difficult to draw with a G pen. You should use a marker, marker in the sub two and select marker on top. The brush size to 1.2 millimeter. Set the opacity to 100, makes sure the ink is black. Next, create a new layer for inking. Click on this icon. A new layer has been created. You see how this layer is little different in color. Layer below. And you can see the Pen icon here. This means that this is the layer that is currently selected. You can only manipulate and draw on the layer with this pen icon. If you click on the layer below, it will change color and you will see a pen icon here. This means that the layer below is now selected and you can draw on it. Click on the top layer again to select it. Now start inking. Markers are easier to use down G pen for beginners because they don't support pressure. You are used to using a G pen, then you can use it. It doesn't matter which one you start with. Just follow this blue line as you're inking. If you are right-handed, this curve will be harder to draw. If you are left-handed, you will find this curve harder to draw. That because we need draw a curve. Europan moves in a circle around your wrist. Renew a drawing in the traditional way. You probably rotating the paper so that it was at a comfortable angle for you to draw. It's the same with digital. You don't have to draw the curve. Difficult angle. You can just rotate the paper. There are several ways to do this, but the first thing you need to remember is this icon. Click on it. It will rotate slightly, change the angle to the one you are comfortable with and inking. If you click on the next icon, it will rotate in the opposite direction. If you are right handed, you should find it easier to draw out this angle. If you're left handed. This should be about right. Okay. Now let's start inking. 7. Inking a Boy: Okay, Now let's start inking with me. First. Click on the button here to enlarge. Click two or three times. On the iPad. Check the color first. Then peach out. Oh, pinching. This is about right. Then select the hand two in the top left and move the canvas down a little to make it easier to draw on the iPad. Just drag. Next. Switch to the pen tool. First. Take the brush size by doing some trial drawing. It looks a bit thing, so change it to a thicker click the button a few times to erase the lines you have just drawn on the iPad. Tap with two fingers for undo, tap with three fingers for redo. Now, select the pen tool again and make the brush size a little thicker. Make it two millimeters, and do another test drywall. It looks about the right thickness. Press the button again and erase them. You start inking. Now, however, you will be drawing on this sample layer itself. This means that you can't modify it later. You need to make a new layer for inking. Here's how. Click on this icon in the layers palette on the right, you go a new layer, draw on this layer. As I'm right handed, I find it difficult to draw this curve. I click on this rotate button several times and make it to a comfortable position to draw. On the iPad. Use two fingers. Then start inking. Left curve is now drawn. The right one is still difficult to draw. So I click the rotate button again and change the angle to a more comfortable position. Then draw it. Return the canvas to the original position. Then proceed with the inking. Use the hand to adjust the position of the canvas if necessary. This is the end of the inking. The next step is to fill his hair black. But if you feel it as it is, it won't fit correctly because all the blue lines on the sample layer below. To avoid this, you need to hide this layer. Click on the icon. It is now hidden and you will see a gray checkered pattern. This means that this layer is transparent. Now, select this layer and choose the bucket tool from the left to palette. Make sure that the ink is black. Okay, Click on the canvas. Now he's layer is painted black. You could have finished this, but you can see some blue lines on the sample layer. Just a little. Hide that layer and put a white layer underneath it to make the background white. Click the icon to hide both layers. They are now hidden. Then click this button again. You now have a new layer. Move this layer below the two layers. To do this, just drag on the iPad. Drug is three lines. Icon. Then select the bucket tool again. This time. Click on the icon at the bottom right of this black icon. This is a background color which should now be white. If it's not white, change it to white by clicking on the white part of the square in the bottom and click on the layer. The whole layer will now be favored. White. Then showed this layer again. You don't need the sample layer. So you leave it hidden, but don't delete it because you might need it. Okay. 8. Inking a Girl Using Keyboard Shortcuts: Now let's start inking of the girl. Remember to first of all, open the folder where you have saved samples, then drag and drop it onto the Canvas. Select the pen from the tool palette on the left. Change the brush size of it from two millimeters to one millimeter. And here, click on black to activate. If it's not black, change it to black. Next, create a new layer for inking by clicking on this icon again, The image is too small to inking. So enlarge it. A little. Click on the zooming buttons several times to change the size of it. In the upper right corner, you will find a palette called the navigator. When you move this red frame, you can move the canvas to any position you want. In other words, it has the same function as the hand tool. There's also a keyboard shortcut for that. There are so many keyboard shortcuts that it is impossible to learn them all at once. However, they are very useful and you should learn them little by little as you need them. Let's take a look at some of them. First of all, a keyboard shortcut that has the same function as the hand to the space bar. When you press it. The cursor will change to hand icon that shows the hand too. If you press and release the spacebar, it will change to the hand tool. But if you keep pressing it, you will get the hand tool for as long as you hold it down. And when you release it, it will change back to the original tool. So when you want to move the canvas a little while you are drawing or inking, press and hold the space bar to move it and then release it to put it back to the pen tool, the undo button. It's abutment. You will use a lot so you don't want to waste your time moving the cursor to the button every time the keyboard shortcut for this undo button is the control key plus Z key. Each time you press these keys, the line you have drone will disappear one-by-one. Then the blue button. These are replaced by the control key plus spacebar. If you hold down them and click on the screen, you can zoom in a little each time. But there's a more convenient way. Hold down the Control key plus spacebar and moves the cursor left or right. When you press these two keys, the cursor will change to this plus sign. Hold them down and drag to the right to enlarge your drawing or to the left to shrink it. Press space bar to move the canvas with Hand Tool. Control key plus D key to undo. And Control key plus space by n, drag to the right or left to zoom in or out. These three things will save you a lot of time. So keep them in mind. Next, you may want to see the whole canvas as you add zooming in or out. To do this, press the Control key plus a key. This will instantly show you the whole canvas. If you want to erase everything on a layer at once, press the Delete. Then there's the rotate button and the keyboard shortcut for it is this. When you press the archae, the cursor change into a Rotation icon. Then hold down the Shift key and drag to rotate the canvas. Then you release it. It changed back to the pen tool you are drawing. This is very useful. You should draw with the pen tool. Press R to rotate to the angle you want. Then release it to go back to the pen tool and continue drawing. Finally, I'll tell you one more useful thing. You can return a rotated Canvas to its original state. In an instant. Just hold down the Alt key and double-click on the screen. This is also very useful and worth remembering. Okay, Let's start inking. It does matter where you start. You can start with hair, the nose, or any other line you feel comfortable drawing. I will tell you one tip on how to ink. Draw the inner lines thinner than the outlines. Now you have finished inking. As I said at the beginning, there are so many useful features in CSP, but I can't introduce them all at once. So in this video, I have shown you how to move the canvas, enlarge it or shrink it, rotated, inking and fitting with the bucket tool. 9. Final Thoughts: Thank you so much! : Hey, how was it? I hope you enjoyed my video and understand it easily. The next video, I will show you more complex functions such as red, yellow lines and screen. If you are not familiar with drawing, try inking the rest of the samples. Okay. Now, see in the next video, Bye-bye.