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    IllustStudio

    Has anyone used this program?

    Ive gots it and its pretty darn good with ram. Expecially for pc users who gots ram hogging shvosts.

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    the thing i like about this program that i cant figure out how to do in photoshop is when i paint two different colors they blend and smudge like real paint. Kinda like oil pastel or guache.

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    Yeah it's great and cheap! I've tried it some time ago, the blending is thus far the best of any program imo. I also captured some brushes, which gave me some cool results, it's hard to use because it's in Japanese, I'm starting to wonder if it will ever be released internationally.

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    Photoshop doesn't have a way to paint two different colors and have them blend and smudge like real paint. Well.. unless you manage to get your hands on CS5 which has a mixing ability (but very very slow at 300 pi 2000x2000 px unless you got a godly computer).

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    Tikeo, I was just wondering which later CS version did that. I was hoping CS4 but oh well (am using CS2 at the moment). You can easily blend the hues together manually adjusting any brush just right to your taste.

    Illustudio looks great for an additional tool to my own art arsenal and I look foward to testing it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quofalcon View Post
    Tikeo, I was just wondering which later CS version did that. I was hoping CS4 but oh well (am using CS2 at the moment). You can easily blend the hues together manually adjusting any brush just right to your taste.

    Illustudio looks great for an additional tool to my own art arsenal and I look foward to testing it out!
    if you have an ipad they have an app called "Adobe Lava," that can mix the color for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterofElements View Post
    Has anyone used this program?

    Ive gots it and its pretty darn good with ram. Expecially for pc users who gots ram hogging shvosts.

    IllustStudio

    IllustStudio

    the thing i like about this program that i cant figure out how to do in photoshop is when i paint two different colors they blend and smudge like real paint. Kinda like oil pastel or guache.
    Just gave it a go and it's pretty baddazz. I don't understand why this thing isn't more popular. It's got brushes like photoshop, blends like painter, has sai like inking functions and manga studio style rulers and curve features. The company really should make an already translated version. They'd make a ton of money. Another under appreciated program is Krita. Grant you the windows version is a bit buggy (as compared to the native linux version), but it's getting fixes at least once or twice a week and is shaping up nicely.

    Thanks for the post, this will be another go to drawing tool - hell if it was in all english it would replace photoshop for painting all together.

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    This is by far the best painter application out there imo. It has everything really.

    One and only thing I can think of straight off the bat is that the UI could be a bit more intuitive. Things like easier access to brush customizer and custom palettes ala Painter would be great.

    There really should be a kickstarter for something like this. Can't have Asia keep all this greatness to themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoromC View Post
    There really should be a kickstarter for something like this. Can't have Asia keep all this greatness to themselves.
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    I'd buy/donate towards an English mac native release anytime

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    I tried the JP version of Illustudio early last year, it is quite an awesome program. I was looking to place it on my TabletPC to get Painter/Illustrator like functions w/ a lower memory load, but never got around to getting my own copy and trying it out. It did seem to have a UI that was a bit all over the place, but then again, I never focused solely on using it enough to customize the workspace. Thanks for this bump though, Imma try it out again

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    Where do you get this? Is there an english patch somewhere? That 2nd screenshot has english, so I'm hopeful at least.

    Definitely want to give it a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-nine View Post
    Where do you get this? Is there an english patch somewhere? That 2nd screenshot has english, so I'm hopeful at least.

    Definitely want to give it a try.
    Yeah, I want to know too! It looks really good, where can you get an english patched version from? I know this thread's been dead for about 2 weeks, but still really want to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-nine View Post
    Where do you get this? Is there an english patch somewhere? That 2nd screenshot has english, so I'm hopeful at least.

    Definitely want to give it a try.
    Update: Found an English patched version! Haven't had much time to play around with it but ask me if you want links!

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    What is the newest English patched version?

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