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Natural Media Tools

Natural Media Painting & Drawing Tools ArtRage is primarily a natural media painting program and offers a range of realistic tools based on real world traditional media, but also offers powerful customizable digital brushes. These tools don't just look like their real world inspirations, they act like them too. Watercolors wash away with water, oils build up thick textures strokes, pencils softly shade, felt pens blend, and they all respond to the underlying canvas texture.Every tool comes with a range of ...
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Customizable Brush Tools

ArtRage's Customizable Brushes: Custom Brush & Sticker SprayArtRage 5 offers two entirely different types of customizable brushes, the Sticker Spray and the Custom Brush. While you can create similar brushes in both tools, they have very different properties.Use the Custom Brush and the Sticker Spray to create any effect you need, whether for professional digital art or just for fun. You can work with the wide range of included presets, download new brushes from other users, or use our online manuals ...
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Adjust Layer Colors

Color Adjustment
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Noise

Add NoiseThe following settings are available in the Add Noise Panel:Intensity: Controls how much noise is applied to the image. The higher the value, the more noise will be applied. Gaussian Falloff: If this option is turned on the noise generation system uses a Gaussian Falloff model, which changes the general smoothness of noise application. Monochrome: If this option is turned on the noise that is applied will be monochromatic, shifting between darker and lighter variants of the current paint color. If it is turned off the noise that ...
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Blur

BlurThe ‘Blur Radius’ slider adjusts how much blurring is applied. Click OK to apply the blur, or Cancel to close the panel and leave the canvas unchanged.See Blur being used in the following tutorials:
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