Get creative with art tools that feel just like the real thing
What Is ArtRage?
ArtRage gives you real world painting tools on your computer in a stylish, easy to use environment that lets you get down to the process of creating without digital distractions.
For Desktop ( Windows & Mac OS X )
For Mobile ( Android & Apple iOS )
Image Credits: The header banner was painted by Daniel Larsson and the Viking ships were painted by Sav Scatola, two of our featured ArtRage artists.
Rediscover Digital Art
Learning to paint
Learn how to start painting, drawing and inking with the watercolours, oils, pencils, and other tools in ArtRage. You can discover tips and tricks to apply both for your real world art and in our digital software.
Check out the features of ArtRage, with our full featured demonstration version. No risk. No obligation. You can try our ArtRage software for free on PC or Mac with just a few limitations.
Our store provides purchase links for new customers and information for owners who are eligible for discounts on product upgrades.
Painting software created for and shaped by real artists!
Combine real world techniques with powerful digital editing tools!
Our digital painting apps allow students of all ages to learn more about modern technology, while also expanding their traditional art skills.
Check out our collection of featured artists to see the astonishing paintings they are creating with our ArtRage program.
Our art community forums are some of the friendliest around. Join in the conversation, share your art, and swap painting tips and tricks with other artists.
Suitable for all ages and skill levels (kids to professionals).
Learn and develop real art, without the mess.
An Interview With An ArtRage Artist. Mark Paulik is professional game illustrator from the USA. He specializes in animation, concept art, and UI design for everything from casual Facebook games to book illustration. Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? My name is Mark Paulik and I’m a professional illustrator who has been working in the Game Industry for over 10 years. I produce concepts, animation, game sprites and UI features for games (2D assets)...
Phil Galloway is a fantastic artist who picked up ArtRage for his Surface Pro last November and has been using it for amazing digital oil portraits ever since. In this interview he talks about ArtRage, how he got started in his professional art career through Twitter, the power of social media, tips for working on commissions, and his painting process.
Jonas A Larsen is an illustrator and cartoonist from Norway. We invited him to talk about his work and illustrating the children's book series "Explodera", written by Nina Bay. This interview is in both English and Norwegian.
How to color in ArtRage for Manga Art. This art tutorial follows on from "Drawing Manga in ArtRage: Sketching and Inking" and "Drawing Manga in ArtRage: Tools & Canvas" and assumes you start with a drawing that you want to color. Ready to color? Great!
Creating a Manga Illustration in ArtRage with Paige Fowler (Sour Candy Arts) . Paige Fowler is an ArtRage artist who specialises in detailed manga and gothic fantasy illustrations and fan art. She created this tutorial to share her process for creating manga illustrations in ArtRage 4. Her techniques should be useful for artists of all levels.