How do I paint 武 in CSP using Default Brushes?
takeshi last edited by
Hello World! The Japanese language, is a language that I once had one semester of 1st year of, 29 years ago. My Japanese teacher "Sumi-sensei" gave me the nickname of Takeshi (武). Back then, or 28 years ago, I had learned how to write 武 using my pencil & pen. I only took one semester of 1st year Japanese, only because I was traveling via Japan when I flew from USA (Seattle, Washington State) and the Philippines. (In high school, I took three years of Spanish...)
Almost two years ago, I when I began learning how to draw & paint for the very first time, I decided to use Takeshi (武) as my digital artist nickname.
When I purchased Clip Studio Paint Pro (CSP) for $20 in March 2016, I quickly learned that CSP, formerly known as Manga Studio, is a product of Japan and Smith Micro is the distributor of the American English language edition. After researching the Japanese site, I then learned that CSP, even though I am running the American English edition, authentic Japanese brushes are included, by default in my CSP installation.
Now, my question is, since I do have a graphics tablet with pressure-sensitivity, how do I paint 武 using default brushes in CSP with proper strokes? I now live in the Philippine with no local Japanese friends. In Facebook, I do have a Japanese friend that lives in Washington State (when I used to live), but he is left-handed and admitted that he had forgotten the proper order of brush strokes.
If there is a pictorial, not a Youtube video, available, then that would be better appreciated. I'm not interested in installing additional software nor seeing an animation. I'm not young, anymore, so I just need to see a step-by-step pictorial, and then, I can move on from there.
Thanks in Advance!
garlam last edited by
As far as the default brush to use. ?? I just used the calligraphy brush.
As an aside, I'm pretty sure this means Kung Fu in Chinese.
takeshi last edited by
@garlam Thanks for the reply. Just today, I remembered I was learning Kanji back in my past. And, also today, my wife helped me choose a meaning.
Reference from http://www.kanjizone.com/kanjiname.aspx?name=Takeshi
As for the meaning... I vaguely remember my Japanese teacher said, Takeshi means "strong".
A reference site says "military, martial": http://www.behindthename.com/name/takeshi
I decided to use "剛 (sturdy)" today. Bing translator gives the meanings as "Tsuyoshi, Takeshi, rigid, goji, gou, gang, Tuyoshi".
Thanks for your help! :)