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Greek Archway Watercolor Tutorial in ArtRage 4

How to paint with Watercolors in ArtRage 4. Copying a traditional watercolor painting by Annie Wood using ArtRage 4's digital watercolor tools. This step by step tutorial uses the original ‘Gateway’ painting as a reference and demonstrates the process for copying the effects of watercolor using the watercolor tool, palette knife and other ArtRage 4 features.
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Why upgrade from ArtRage Lite?

Did you know that you can upgrade at a discount from ArtRage Lite? ArtRage Lite is our ‘introductory’ version of ArtRage. It comes free with the Wacom Intuos Draw tablets, and it’s designed to be: Cheaper, for people who aren't in a position to pay for the full program. Easier to use, with fewer confusing or advanced options. However... it comes with an awesome discount off ArtRage 4 too.
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Drawing Manga in ArtRage: Coloring

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!
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Manga Art Tutorial by Sour Candy Arts

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.
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Drawing Manga in ArtRage: Sketching and Inking

How to Sketch & Ink in ArtRage for Manga Art. This art tutorial follows on from "Drawing Manga in ArtRage: Tools & Canvas" and shows you the best tools for creating a drawing before moving onto "Drawing Manga in ArtRage: Coloring". ArtRage is a very traditional themed program with paints that are designed to mix and react realistically and often quite messily, but that doesn't mean that you can't create very digital manga art in it and retain full control.
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