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ArtRage for Android Tools

ArtRage for Android Tools & Tool Presets. ArtRage for Android offers the same range of realistic, traditional painting tools as ArtRage 4, as well as more digital editing tools such as the Sampler and Fill tools. Oil Brush: A paintbrush that places thick or thin oil paint and allows smearing and blending. Watercolour: Paint with a variety of watercolour strokes using a soft bristled brush wet or dry paper. Airbrush: Sprays a thin mist of colour onto the Canvas...
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ArtRage for Android Tracing Images

How to use Tracing Images in ArtRage for Android? Load a Tracing Image as a guide while you paint. ArtRage can be set to pick colors from it automatically with each stroke. Tracing Images can be loaded from your Photo gallery, or directly from the camera by taking a new photograph. This acts as a translucent layer over your existing painting that cannot be drawn on. It acts as a drawing guide, and you can pick colours from it...
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ArtRage Mobile Editions

ArtRage is available for iOS and Android. Browse the links below for help with the mobile apps.
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ArtRage for iOS Help

ArtRage for iOS Manual. The ArtRage for iOS app is a fully featured natural media painting app for iPads and iPhones. It includes a quick start guide, which will help introduce you to the various tools and menus, as well as these online help pages. The online manual covers more advanced topics, and will help you figure out how to get the most out of the ArtRage app. Learn more about ArtRage for iOS ...
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Layer Options for ArtRage for iPad 2.0

ArtRage for iOS Layers

What Are Layers? ArtRage Paintings are made of a stack of transparent ‘layers’, each of which can have its own painted content. Each layer can be edited without changing the content of other layers, so you can edit parts of your painting without fear of damaging others. Layers are like transparent sheets of plastic, where there is no paint on a layer you can see the layers beneath, they can be moved around independently, and their order changed to adjust the ...
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