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2014 Pogo Art Contest

2014 Pogo Art Contest Starts July 7th

The Pogo Art Contest is an annual contest for mobile artists using the Pogo stylus on iOS devices. Run by Ten One Design, the people behind the Pogo stylus, this year's contest was sponsored by ArtRage, along with Inspire Pro, Procreate and Sketchbook Pro.There will be an overall grand prize winner, and three secondary winners in each category.The contest opens July 7th. To enter, upload your artwork on the Pogo Art Contest website.You can follow contest updates on Twitter under the hashtag ...
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'They Are Coming' by Sav Scatola

Artist Feature: Sav Scatola

An Interview With An ArtRage Artistav Scatola, known around the web as 'Boxy', is a longtime user of ArtRage who works as a professional illustrator. He provided our homepage image last year, helped beta test the upcoming 4.5 edition, and has published a children's book using ArtRage.Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? (Give us a quick bio!)I am Sav Scatola, a freelance artist and illustrator of 17 years. I started out in fine art, ...
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ArtRage Reviewed on Tech This Out at NBC

ArtRage was featured live on Television! News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New EnglandArtRage was featured in an NBC 10 news segment, "Tech This Out", on June 27th. It looks at both our desktop ArtRage 4 edition and our ArtRage for iPad app.Watch the review above and read the article summary at Tech This Out: ArtRage 4
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Mountain Boy One by JonHodgson

ArtRage 4.5 – Free Update Coming Soon

Free 4.5 Update Coming Soon! Are you ready to make the leap? We will shortly be releasing a major update to ArtRage 4. We're pretty excited about it, and there are some pretty neat improvements that we can't wait to share. This will be a free update for ArtRage 4, available to everyone who owns that edition.Features Some of the biggest features include:64-Bit Support: 4.5 supports 64-bit processors on Windows and OS X, which means you can work at significantly larger file sizes and ...
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Mobile Digital Art and Creativity Summit

As many of our iOS app and multitouch tablet users already know, smart phones and tablets are becoming a viable and impressive new way of creating art. This emerging art form is being explored and showcased by mDAC, hosted by the Mobile Art Academy in partnership with the Pacific Art League, and partly sponsored by ArtRage. The 2nd Annual Mobile Digital Art Exhibition will open on August 1st in San Francisco and run for three days. It will be a major event ...
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