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How good is it compared to CSP?
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>>3971649
CSP is better. Open canvas is just like the full version of medibang.
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open canvas's only worth is online co-op drawing and even then other programs have taken the lead
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Just use Krita
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>>3971649
Anybody can render something well on any program, it doesn't make a difference at all. I don't even use stabilization. The thing is that if you have a powerful software you get a lot of convenient shit. CSP is great for comics and has a good catalog of screentones and other useful stuff. Photoshop is extremely powerful and versatile. If you just want to draw some linework and then use a textured brush for rendering, literally any program above mspaint works just as well.



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