Over the years, I've used many programs while searching for that Holy Grail of drawing: the ability to manipulate the canvas as though it were a physical piece of paper on a drawing table. Fortunately, Manga Studio does just that. In fact, it was its ease of moving, rotating, and zooming the canvas that convinced me to initially purchase this program (among other features, but I get to those soon enough).
Why would I be excited about something like this? Let me explain each of the functions, and I'll let you be the judge.
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