Hey guys! If you’re an aspiring comic artist, you might be wondering about the cost of Clip Studio Paint.
Well, the one-time purchase for the desktop version of Clip Studio Paint Pro is $49 USD and for Clip Studio Paint EX it’s $219.
But don’t worry, they do offer a free trial and monthly plans starting at just $0.99 for those who might not have the budget for the one-time payment.
But if you’re looking for some free alternatives, I’ve got a few recommendations for you.
Magic Poser and Easy Pose are both great 3D model apps that can help you with drawing human anatomy and dynamic angles for your comic panels.
And Ibispaint and Medibang Paint are two of my favorite apps for creating comics.
They have pre-made backgrounds and character sketch dolls, as well as manga style tutorials on their sites and in the app.
And if you’re trying to start your own webtoon but don’t know where to begin, I recommend checking out the “How to Start a Webtoon” ebook.
It’s perfect for beginners and will give you all the info you need on hardware, tools, and the webtoon process.
And if you’re just looking for a fun AMBW manga webtoon to pass the time, give “Catch Me! Fight Me! Love Me!” a read. It’s a great fake marriage trope story.
So there you have it, my tips on how to make comic backgrounds and some recommendations for tools and resources. Happy creating!