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Upgrade Discounts for ArtRage Owners

ArtRage 5 Upgrade - Existing ArtRage owners are eligible for an upgrade discount off the full price. ArtRage Lite users will get 30% off the full price. ArtRage 3, 3 (Studio/Studio Pro) and 4 users will get 50% off the full price. Steam users, see this post for help registering your serial number. To Claim Your Upgrade Discount...
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Warp Mode in ArtRage 5

Using Warp in ArtRage 5 to Distort and Transform Paint ArtRage 5 introduces the new Warp mode, which lets you smear, swirl, and otherwise distort your painting. It's similar to Photoshop's Liquify filter, but specifically designed to respect ArtRage's paint properties, so you won't lose texture or paint depth when distorting. This means that you can make an adjustment and then switch right back to the traditional media tools you were using before.Open Warp mode by going to Edit > Filters > ...
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Pastel cat by Ramona MacDonald in ArtRage

Pastel Cat Tutorial by Ramona MacDonald

Step by step coloring a Cat with Pastels in ArtRage 5. The artwork in this tutorial was created by Ramona MacDonald in ArtRage 5, using the Pastel tool. She is also one of our featured artists. This tutorial uses ArtRage 5, but you can find the pastels and the palette knife in almost all editions of ArtRage.
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HilltopView Clumpy Wool Custom Brush Sav Scatola

Designing a Clumpy Wool Custom Brush with Sav Scatola

Designing the Clumpy Wool Custom Brush with Sav Scatola (ArtRage 5 Custom Brush Designer Tutorial). This tutorial was written by Sav Scatola using a beta version of ArtRage 5, using the new Custom Brush Designer. It explains how to create his Clumpy Wool Custom Brush preset, and demonstrates the effects that you can get with it.
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Amber Benson portrait tutorial by Paul Hinch-Worman

Painting Realistic Portraits With Paul Hinch-Worman

How to paint a Realistic Portrait of Amber Benson in ArtRage! Paul Hinch-Worman (Paulthedoodlebug) is a portrait painter who specialises in enchanting realistic portraits with a touch of the lifelike about them. In this tutorial, he explains in detail how to create a photorealistic portrait. I have cobbled together here my own techniques from the immense wealth of ideas and tips out in the lands of the Internet.
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