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Model, Shape, and Paint Individual Objects

TwistedBrush Blob Studio lets you model and shape individual objects for use in Pro Studio or other art applications.

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What are people saying about Blob Studio

Ricky Rick @ the Developer

Again - another of your Graphic Software Program offerings without a video.

People don't what to see pictures of finished results.

They want to see HOW those results were attained. Therefore making them want to download and try out the program, which leads to a purchase.

No video(s) means WAY less sales (and Trial Downloads) than you realize.

Food for thought ...

Ricky Rick
Apr 15 2017 at 10:51am Copy Link
Ken Carlino @Ricky here is the the intro video to Blob Studio :
Pixarra - Apr 15 2017 at 4:20pm Copy Link
Ricky Rick @ Ken Carlino


I think it would be a good idea to provide the video link for any of your software programs right from the get-go.

At the least, have a video available on your website.

That way people like me wouldn't make you waste your time responding to a posting like mine asking for a video.

Ricky Rick
Apr 16 2017 at 11:01am Copy Link
Ken Carlino @Ricky, thanks for the feedback. Generally I don't disagree. I didn't included it initially because it isn't very marketing oriented but perhaps it will help in any case.
Pixarra - Apr 16 2017 at 5:45pm Copy Link
Gary Smith @Ken Carino;

Your development of the Twisted Brush Pro Studio software was much appreciated by the Graphics Industry, but now you are doing something I don't understand.

Blob Studio looks a lot like Liquid Studio. The description does not give a convincing argument as to why these are two separate products. Regardless, you are suggesting we purchase another product from you that we cannot tell is any different from another offering.

Liquid Studio was offered here 4 days ago for the same price:

In comparing Blob Studio with Liquid Studio, the description text is the same except for the name of the product. The first paragraph of each has only slightly different text:
it’s time to explore today’s discount software promotion, TwistedBrush Blob Studio!
it’s time to enjoy the simplified interface of today’s discount software promotion, TwistedBrush Liquid Studio!

The rest of the description text is identical except for the product name. Your online text for each is also identical except for the product name.

The only other difference here on Bitsdujour is that this sale cannot be used to upgrade or extend an existing license, but Liquid Studio could.

In comparing the Screenshots of the interface, these two products are essentially the same, and obviously could have been developed into one product.

The term "nickel and dime us to death" comes to mind, except in this case, its $15 a whack as a sale, and would have been worse at full price.

Please explain why these two products are not one product.
Apr 18 2017 at 8:26am Copy Link
Ken Carlino @Gary thanks for your feedback. One thing to know upfront is Pro Studio includes the wide range of methods of working with TwistedBrush and includes all the 9000+ brushes. For some users Pro Studio is too complicated and we received many requests for a simpler more focused variation or variations of TwistedBrush. There are currently 4 focused products:

Paint Studio : Focus on natural media painting.
Tree Studio : Creation of 2D trees.
Liquid Studio : Creation of objects that can be shaped and painted in 2D
Blob Studio : Creation of objects that can be shaped and painted in 2.25D

The reason Liquid Studio and Blob Studio are separated is because they use different technology and the learning curve to be successful with them is different as well. This is keeping in line with the idea of focused easier to use products. The results for the most part can be achieved in Pro Studio because the technology is in Pro Studio to do both but having separate solutions (products) to accomplish them allows for an easier user experience.

In Blob Studio take for example the Style feature. This allows for changing the shading of your object to 1 of 21 different styles with a single menu selection from Plastics, to metals such as gold or brass. This is not possible in Liquid Studio because shading is manually accomplished by the artist painting where as in Blob Studio shading is accomplish based on the object itself. It's a subtle but very important difference.

I hope the extra information is helpful.

Pixarra - Apr 18 2017 at 9:16am Copy Link
Gary Smith Thanks Ken for the response.

I think the key word that stuck out to me in your response was "subtle" ("It's a subtle but very important difference"). Regardless of the two methods of applying shading being different, these two products are much more alike than different. Even the Paint Studio is so similar that I don't see it as being much different. Granted, Tree Studio is also similar, albeit it has a slightly different purpose.

Your wording in the Bitsdujour description text and online do not come close to what you explained in your response to me. Please go into more detail online so that potential customers can see the difference.

I understand that the four sub-products are all included in the Twisted Brush Studio Pro, and I understand the concept of having simpler versions. I like products that offer a "Simple" mode of operation and an "Expert" mode of operation. Here you have four similar products, which could have been four modes in the Studio Pro edition. I had much rather seen that implemented than separate products.

You said that you created the four products based on users wanting a "simpler more focused variation." The same has been said for PhotoShop and Gimp, but TwistedBrush Studio Pro has always claimed it was simpler to begin with. Photoshop Elements was the answer to a simpler Photoshop. In this case, price was a part of the issue; for Gimp, the same could not be said. For TwistedBrush Studio, it has been much less expensive than PhotoShop, comparable to Photoshop Elements (and several competitors), and definitely not free like Gimp. Still, I understand that making a more affordable product can help in sales, however, offering each one individually makes it more difficult for purchasers that would consider purchasing all four.
Apr 18 2017 at 1:13pm Copy Link
Ken Carlino @Gary yes subtle in explanation but still quite different in how they are used and which might appeal to someone. Not always easy to know.

It was considered to have a "simple" mode or modes in Pro Studio but after consideration it was determined that would be compromising to the end result and it might have been in the end just one more option or feature to add to Pro Studio that could add to the complexity.

True, TwistedBrush was often stated as easy to use and definitely it started that way but over the years with features being added it was determined that while it can be easy to use still there are so many features it can be overwhelming to some new comers.

So in the end we tried to make the best offering to the users and potential users of TwistedBrush and we are definitely proud of the focused studio versions of TwistedBrush but always looking to improve. I should also note that the four mentioned products are on version 1.0. Over additional releases they may evolve to be more differences between the editions.
Pixarra - Apr 18 2017 at 3:48pm Copy Link
Robert User Hello Ken:

I am not so concerned about the subtle differences of the multiple programs as others may be, but price is more concerning.

I have two of the four sub-programs already, and you are about to offer TwistedBrush Paint Studio very soon here on Bitsdujour. I do see the individual prices adding up quickly.

Since you do have a "Bundle" of all four of these products, normally at $49, I would have liked to seen it offered at the same 50% discount when one of the individual products was offered on Bitsdujour. If I were to purchase all four of these sub-products, I would end up paying $60 vs. the $49 (full-price). I like the Bitsdujour for the 50% discounts, 70% discounts, and lifetime updates that are offered here. Those discounts are much harder to resist. Buying individual programs that total up being more than at full price is not so appealing.

For those of us that have already purchased some of the sub-products, if you offered us the change to go for the Bundle at 50% off (same as your offer on Bitsdujour for the sub-programs) by paying the difference from what we have already invested, you could make us much happier. That way, I think both sides would be better off.

You have offered TwistedBrush Studio Pro on Bitsdujour in the past for 30% off, but these individual packages are 50% off. That 50% makes it much more attractive. If the Studio Pro had been offered for 50% off, it would have been much more lucrative. I would have jumped on that offer. If you would allow us to not lose our investment, and offer a 50% on Studio Pro, I also would go for that.
Apr 18 2017 at 4:50pm Copy Link
Ken Carlino @Robert thank you for your feedback. I do understand your concerns regarding pricing if you are to buy all programs separately. We haven't yet determined if we will offer an automated credit or upgrade to the Studio Bundle or if that will be offered as a special on BDJ. However, we will keep this open for consideration. If you have some special request regarding upgrading or switching to the Studio Bundle or Pro Studio feel free to contact me directly at and I should be able to make sure you get upgraded in a cost effective way.
Pixarra - Apr 22 2017 at 11:59am Copy Link
Shazza Hi, my standard question: What language is it developed in, and does it install any 3rd party libraries, specifically any Java Runtimes.
Oct 30 2018 at 2:36am Copy Link
Ken Carlino @Shazza C++ mostly, some Lua for plugins and Basic for UI. No Java.
Pixarra - Oct 30 2018 at 3:21am Copy Link
ouialaraison Hello! What is the difference between Liquid Studio and Blob Studio?
Oct 31 2018 at 1:32am Copy Link
Ken Carlino @ouialaraison Blob studio automatically applies shading, creating a psuedo-3D object or depth whereas liquid studio applies no automatic depth. However, the work flow is similar.
Pixarra - Oct 31 2018 at 2:31am Copy Link
ouialaraison Thank you. I will download and try this one too.
Oct 31 2018 at 3:09am Copy Link
Jeanie Kiser The following error message was received when trying to start the program after downloading:

Error starting module 'Win 32 DPNet Game'

My operating system is Windows 10 64 bit.

I ran a compatibility test and it states that Blob Studio is not compatible.
(No other programs were running...)

I have previously purchased and enjoyed other Twisted Brush products and never experienced this problem.

Any suggestions on overcoming this issue? Your input is greatly appreciated.

Thank you...
Oct 31 2018 at 12:03pm Copy Link
Ken Carlino @Jeanie Kiser,
If Windows is configured to not automatically install optional components an error may be reported as unable to start Win32DPNetGame. In this case you may need to manually enable the DirectPlay functionality of Windows.

Control panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features -> Turn windows features on or off

Here is additional information on this.
Pixarra - Nov 1 2018 at 1:12am Copy Link
Jeanie Kiser @Ken Carlino

Enabling DirectPlay worked! :)

Thank you so very much for your help!
Nov 1 2018 at 4:31am Copy Link
Dunking Not my bag but I'd like to echo Ricky Rick above about the video - not just for this but for all your apps. However, I'd also like to say that the video linked to above - which is probably excellent for a tutorial - isn't what's needed. The reason being we are nearly 4 mins in before anything happens, and you've lost me within 20 seconds of the start.

I would suggest a good video to link to would be one that has no tutorial aspect but just shows something being done. Imagine you need to bang out that pear for some customer who expects it before lunchtime - just do it and record the process. At this point, where I would be thinking about buying but not sure what's possible or how it's done, I want a 30-second demo, not a 15-minute time-sink of stuff I'll never use if I don't buy it. If necessary, say the creative process takes more than 5 mins, cheat by speeding up the video, or cut'n'skip the boring bits.
May 21 at 3:08am Copy Link

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