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How To Start Using ArtRage Lite

How to start painting in ArtRage Lite for the first time! If you've just downloaded and installed ArtRage Lite for the very first time and have never used ArtRage - or even any digital art program - before, then you're probably staring at the canvas not quite sure what to do, or how to get that irritating effect to stop happening, or how to recreate that cool digital art trick you saw someone do in a YouTube video.Fear not, for this tutorial ...
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Camilla's Sugar Bowl by Vic Shelley

Photorealism Tutorial by Vic Shelley

How to Paint Photorealism in ArtRage with Vic Shelley Vic Shelley creates painstakingly photorealistic images with ArtRage. This tutorial explains the tools and methods he used to create the 'Camilla's Sugar Bowl' painting.Details: 'Camilla's Sugar Bowl' is a photorealistic painting of a ceramic sugar bowl with floral decoration sitting on a lace tablecloth.Time: 80 hours Size: 4000 x 2700 pixelsTechniques I've done paintings where people question whether it is a photo or a painting.  ...
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The Crop/Expand Canvas menu in ArtRage (Screen Size tab)

How to choose a Canvas Size in ArtRage

How to pick a Canvas Size for your ArtRage Paintings? Choosing a canvas size is one of those horrible math-filled topics that are terrifying and mysterious the first time you try and do digital art, or start considering printing your art. It is important to make sure that you do not start with a canvas that is too small because you cannot make it larger later without losing quality. But what is "too small"? How large can you go? This comprehensive ...
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screenshot inked trees in artrage 4

Tool Settings for Realistic Inking in ArtRage

Use different tools in ArtRage to get realistic ink brush and marker effects! This tutorial demonstrates natural media inking settings for the Watercolor Brush, Oil Brush, Felt Pen, and Gloop Pen tools to help you choose the right tool for your style. Each tool is highly customizable, so pay close attention to the settings, and don't be afraid to tweak them! Note: This tutorial focuses on the natural media brush and marker tools. If you want a much more digital effect, ...
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Finished digital oil painting of a foot in ArtRage

Oil Painting Tutorial: Foot Study

How to Paint a Foot using ArtRage's Oil Brush? A quick walkthrough showing you the basic process of painting a human foot using the digital oils in ArtRage. This tutorial uses ArtRage 4, but the oil brush is found in every version of ArtRage, so you should be able to follow along pretty easily in any version. You can click through the step by step images and captions, or watch the video recording below.
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