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These tutorials work with all current versions of ArtRage, though some of the interface items may be slightly different.
How to paint in Watercolor
Steve Berry (forum user Steve B) shows you how can use the tools in ArtRage to produce realistic Watercolor effects in this video tutorial series. You can also visit the forum thread: Video Series – How to Paint With Watercolors in Artrage.
Caricaturist Hans Deconinck takes you through the process of creating a caricature in ArtRage Studio Pro, from photo to completion, and shows off a number of techniques you can use in all your paintings. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
Caricaturist Hans Deconinck demonstrates techniques he used in ArtRage Studio Pro to create a caricature of Lou Reed. See how effects and tools can work together to create a range of natural effects. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
Apocalypse In Bruges
See how you can use a range of techniques for blending photos together and adding effects with the tools in ArtRage Studio Pro, turning a peaceful town scene in to a raging storm. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
Experiment with a combination of text, blend modes and the Fill Tool in ArtRage Studio Pro to create interesting entangled effects. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
Layer Blending Modes
Take a look at the effects you can gain from each of the blending modes in ArtRage Studio and Studio Pro. Each mode is illustrated one by one with samples and explanations of what you can expect. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
Paint Roller Cartoons
See how you can use the Inking Pen, Paint Roller, and Blur Filter in ArtRage Studio Pro to create simple filled cartoons. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
See how you can use selections and layers in ArtRage Studio and Studio Pro to create vector like cutout effects. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
Sweedie’s ArtRage Tutorials
A set of 11 tutorials by forum user Sweedie (Artist Henry Stahle). Sweedie’s tutorials introduce you to a wide range of the features of ArtRage and teaches you techniques that can be used to create everything from oil paintings and stenciled illustrations through to pencil sketches and realistic textures. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
Artist Andrea Bianco’s tutorial on speed painting in ArtRage covers a wide range of features in the current versions, with a focus on speed painting. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
Thumbnail Rendering With Markers
Artist Andrea Bianco’s tutorial on thumbnail sketch rendering using ArtRage is filled with useful tips for using the marker tool. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
Painting an Apple
Artist Henry Stahle demonstrates painting an apple in ArtRage using a range of tools and techniques. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
These tutorials are for versions of ArtRage 2 only and may contain references to tools or functions that are not available in the ArtRage 2 Starter Edition.
An animated tutorial in which Hans Deconinck shows off some of the features of ArtRage 2 and steps you through creating a cartoon face. This tutorial requires a Flash player for your web browser.
Quick Start – Rose
A quick start tutorial that gets you right in to the basic features of ArtRage such as painting, and using tracing images and layers to create a of a rose. Downloadable file in zip format including a .ptg file. This tutorial requires a PDF viewer.
Step By Step Guide
ArtRage user Judith Tramayne takes you on a step by step tour through ArtRage with this series of videos that shows what pretty much everything in the application does and what you can expect to find as you paint. This is a particularly great guide if you’re new to the product and are a bit nervous about getting started! This tutorial requires a Flash player for your web browser.