After painting digital art for over 10 years, I can say that it really comes down to personal preference. Many say Photoshop is the best program for digital art and painting while others prefer programs like Corel Painter and Art Rage. It also depends on the device you are using to paint on. Procreate for instance is only available on mobile devices. Below are a handful of videos from various artists that discuss the various software programs that are available for digital art and hopefully will help you choose the best one for you.
In this video I talk to you about my Top 4 choices for creating digital art. You will learn what some of their strengths and weaknesses are to help you better understand which one to choose. I go over Clip Studio Paint ( Manga Studio 5 ), Sketchbook Pro, Photoshop, and Procreate. Feel free to comment below and let others know what you think of these amazing applications or which ones you prefer! If you are looking to expand you knowledge on how to use any of these programs you can learn more on my Udemy courses here – https://ramstudioscomics.com/index.ph… Thank you for watching this channel and please subscribe for new videos each week! 😉 Robert A. Marzullo Ram Studios Comics http://www.ramstudioscomics.com
Procreate vs Photoshop!? What is the best Digital Painting Software for Beginners? In this video, I tell you what are the advantages and disadvantages of Procreate and Photoshop and which software you should use depending on what you are looking for.
A detailed review of the top 5 best FREE digital art software applications you can download. I’ll discuss the most important features to have in a digital painting application and show you how each of the choices compare to each other. The free drawing programs I’ll compare are MyPaint, Mischief, Sketchbook, Medibang (FireAlpaca), and Krita.
Which Digital Painting Programs I Use! | Industry Standard? Let me share what digital painting programs I use. Now normally I use photoshop and thats what I started with back in high school a few years ago. The main reason I paint in Photoshop, besides thats what I learned on, is because its considered an “industry standard.” This is a pretty big deal because of how much of a commitment one has to make to learn a new program. Now I love learning and trying out new programs but its not always advantageous when trying to streamline your process since you’ll be spending a lot of your time learning where everything is and fiddling through the menus. The second program that I love using for digital painting is Procreate! Now I spoke about this in my last video but I love being able to digitally paint on my iPad as a truly great companion to my desktop workflow. Not to mention the touch gestures that Procreate offers lets you accomplish so much without using a keyboard, especially because you can import and export photoshop files with this program, letting you work cross platform.
I’ll explore the a beta of the new digital art software called, Leonardo for Windows and Mac. It has some interesting features, but does it stand out enough to compete with current art software? Join me as I demo the app for the first time while sharing my thoughts on it.
One of these programs is seriously as good as Photoshop…and one of them can’t even really function.