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Brush Blending Settings

Control How Brush Strokes BlendArtRage offers multiple ways to blend paint, some unique to ArtRage, and others that act like more standard digital art programs. This guide compares ways to blend live as you paint so that strokes change color and texture as they interact with existing paint, rather than the techniques you might use to blend strokes after adding them. If you want to blend existing paint together, see the Palette Knife or Custom Brush.Digital Versus Traditional The traditional media brushes and ...
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Example Script Code

Sample Script File Code A script file includes several standard blocks of data that require little coding knowledge to understand. It will often be very long as there will be many lines for every stroke, but it is also possible to delete entire sections or edit individual lines.A standard recorded script will contain the following blocks of data: Version Header Startup Features EventsThis is the code from a recorded script from creating a painting inside ArtRage. A custom script written specifically to generate an action may ...
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Sticker & Sticker Spray Preset Downloads

A list of download links to Sticker Spray brushes and Stickers created by ArtRage users. The Sticker Spray is a powerful customizable tool in the desktop editions of ArtRage. It can be used to spray full color images, create repeating or randomized patterns, and design art brushes that respond to canvas and stylus properties. Uses range from pasting a simple Sticker image into your painting to incredibly advanced painting tools that can be modified to get the perfect stroke or spray ...
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Interactive script tools

Advanced Action script tutorials

ArtRage Action scripts are a simple way to record an event and be able to easily play it back into an existing document. For example you could record an Action to put your signature on a painting, or to add your business logo to a painting. When you play a recorded action script back, the recorded strokes are played back exactly how and where you recorded them.
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