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ArtRage 5 Quick Start Guide

This guide is included in your copy of ArtRage 5 under Help > ArtRage Manual.How to Paint in ArtRage: Select a tool on the left, select a color on the right, then click and drag in the central canvas area to paint. How to Save your Painting: Select Save Painting in the File Menu at the top to save a painting file. How to Export your Painting: Select 'Export Image As' in the File menu ...
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How to back up a large iPad gallery of paintings

Steps for backing up the existing paintings and reducing the gallery size in ArtRage for iPad If you have a very large gallery, it may use so much memory that you start seeing problems accessing paintings and running ArtRage. You will need to copy your files to the computer and delete at least some of your gallery to free up space again. Even you do not see any issues, there is always a small chance of losing data when updating iPad apps or ...
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Oil Brush

The Oil Brush ToolThe oil paint is probably the tool that ArtRage is best known for, and it's the first tool most users try when they open the program. It’s definitely one of the most fun painting tools in the program, and according to almost every review we’ve read, we have the most realistic oil paints in any of the digital art program on the market.General Tips:The default ArtRage canvas is well suited to just jumping in with the oils, ...
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Tap and drag Color Picker ArtRage for iPad 2.0

ArtRage for iOS Color

ArtRage for iPad Color Options and Blending. Colors are selected on the right hand side of your iPad using the Color Picker. In the bottom right corner is a Color Pod that shows you the currently selected color. Tap this pod and the Color Picker appears. Discover how to use the Color Picker, adjust tints and tones, set sampling colors, and blend them, etc.
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ArtRage for iOS Tracing & References

You can import photos and other pictures as tracing or reference images, to help you draw more easily. Tracing Images are images overlaid on the ArtRage canvas to act as a guide while you are painting. The image is partially transparent on top of your paint so you can still see what you are painting beneath. Reference Images are images that are pinned to your canvas while painting. Like Tracing Images they act as a guide while you work.
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