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Artrage 5 Commission by Phil Galloway

Artist Feature: Phil Galloway (portrait artist)

Phil Galloway is a portrait artist from the UK who brought his rich, impressionistic, brushwork and traditional oil techniques with him when he made the shift to digital. He is becoming increasingly well known for sports illustrations and magazine covers, and painted one of the official images used for ArtRage 5’s release.
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Jimi 3 ArtRage iPad artist Dean Scott Waters

Artist Feature: Scott Waters (oil portraits/landscapes)

An Interview with an ArtRage Artist. Scott Waters is an iPad artist from the USA who paints textural oil portraits and impressionistic landscapes in ArtRage. He is a professional portrait and landscape painter, commercial artist, photographer and computer geek. After he suddenly began drawing at the age of eleven Scott was singled out for special training, learning watercolor in high school and received scholarships to study commercial art and illustration.
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The final prototype game boards for Antagonism

Artist Feature: Stéphane Perriard

Stéphane Perriard is a Swiss board game designer who is currently running a Kickstarter for his abstract strategy game 'Antagonism', which was designed in ArtRage. Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? My Name is Stéphane Perriard (stephane.p) and I'm a Swiss 2D/3D digital artist in my spare time! I started to draw digitally in the '90s on my old Amiga 1200HD with a great software called Brilliance and a mini graphic...
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ArtRage on sale

ArtRage Sale

ArtRage is on sale for a limited time! The desktop versions (ArtRage 5 and Lite) of ArtRage are 30% off, check out the details here!
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felt pen portrait sketch artrage

How To Choose Inking Brushes in ArtRage

How To Choose Inking Brushes in ArtRage? Choosing the Right Tool For Different Inking Styles and Techniques? Choosing a Style Traditional inking uses a soft (felt) tip, a hard nib, or a brush to apply ink lines and washes. The ink can be solid and opaque, quick drying, watery, or blend with the ink around it with every stroke. The paper may be anywhere from perfectly smooth to roughly textured. These differences create the signature looks and effects of different inking ...
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