That's where OpenToonz teams up quite nicely with CSP EX. Draw in CSP, export to OpenToonz. Convert bitmap strokes to true vector strokes with variable thickness. Use the vector fill tools. Use the animation tools to transform and rotate elements. Animate with fun.uncle808us wrote:I use CSP EX and I have a lot of different graphic apps vector and raster. Clip Studio Paint is the only one that gives me the feeling of artistry.
It is very comfortable. I hope for better animation a way to not have to copy paste so many frames.
Example: Draw one object and be able to use it with changes ( transform,rotate, etc.) in all frames.
Drawing and fills for vector work.
CSP EX is great, but the animation part leaves somewhat to be desired - which is why they added native OpenToonz export for Japanese animation studios. Best of both worlds, because drawing directly in OpenToonz is just not that nice. Not bad, but not on CSP EX levels.