How to Play With The Clip Studio Paint: An Overview

article In a previous post I showed you how to add clip studio painting to the default audio settings in your clip recording studio.

This article takes a different approach and covers a number of different options for adding clip studio color, transparency, and more.

Here are the steps I use to achieve the same result:1.

Add clip studio palette to the audio settings2.

Adjust the clip studio opacity by adjusting the clip color by adjusting its opacity3.

Apply clip studio shadow by adjusting shadow opacity and blending with clip color and opacity4.

Apply color overlay to clip studio by applying clip studio highlight to the clip by applying color overlay and blending5.

Apply transparency overlay to the top half of the clip to add color depth to the color palette and highlight the clip6.

Add a fade effect by adjusting color depth and shadow to blend the clip7.

Adjust transparency to add depth and transparency to the bottom half of clip8.

Apply an effect by applying fade and fade opacity to clip to blend with clip opacity9.

Apply a shadow to the whole clip by adjusting opacity and shadow and blending the clip10.

Apply another effect to add shadow to clip11.

Apply opacity to top half and opacity to bottom half to add the color depth that was previously added to the clips opacity12.

Apply shadow to both sides of the entire clip to create a new clip with a new color depth.

You can add as many effect colors as you need to create this effect and also add more opacity to the effect as needed.

The last step is to apply the final color effect to the entire piece by applying the fade effect and opacity effect.