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Floating Underground Sphere Tutorial by Steve Goad

Learn to create an underground landscape with a science fiction twist. Follow along with professional illustrator Steve Goad as he creates a unique landscape full of environmental detail, interesting perspective, and interesting textures in ArtRage 5. Steve Goad is one of our featured artists and painted some of the official artwork for ArtRage 5 (you may recognise his work from the startup screen in the program). […]

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How to Illustrate A Book Cover Three: Colour & Special Effects

How to Illustrate a Book Cover (Part 3 of 3): Colour & Special Effects. An ArtRage 5 tutorial by Nick Harris. Design a book cover from scratch. Part three of this art tutorial shows how to choose colors, finalize the composition and details, and experiment with special effects and finishing touches. […]

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Illustrating a Book Cover Two: Sketching, Flats and Shading (Tone)

How to Illustrate a Book Cover (Part 2 of 3): Sketching, Flats and Shading (Tone). An ArtRage 5 tutorial by Nick Harris. Part two demonstrates sketching the design and laying out the main elements of the composition, then adding flat colors and tone to plan the shadows and lighting. […]

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Painting Metal: Making a Shield Boss in ArtRage 5

Making a Shield Boss: Painting Realistic Metal with Sav Scatola  This tutorial shows you how to use advanced ArtRage 5 features to create a metal shield boss and apply lighting and effects for a realistic look. It was created by Sav Scatola, who also wrote a previous tutorial on creating a Custom Brush in ArtRage […]

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Designing a Clumpy Wool Custom Brush with Sav Scatola

Designing the Clumpy Wool Custom Brush with Sav Scatola (ArtRage 5 Custom Brush Designer Tutorial). This tutorial was written by Sav Scatola using a beta version of ArtRage 5, using the new Custom Brush Designer. It explains how to create his Clumpy Wool Custom Brush preset, and demonstrates the effects that you can get with it. […]

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Painting Realistic Portraits With Paul Hinch-Worman

How to paint a Realistic Portrait of Amber Benson in ArtRage! Paul Hinch-Worman (Paulthedoodlebug) is a portrait painter who specialises in enchanting realistic portraits with a touch of the lifelike about them. In this tutorial, he explains in detail how to create a photorealistic portrait. I have cobbled together here my own techniques from the immense wealth of ideas and tips out in the lands of the Internet. […]

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Photorealism Tutorial by Vic Shelley

How to Paint Photorealism in ArtRage with Vic Shelley Vic Shelley creates painstakingly photorealistic images with ArtRage. This tutorial explains the tools and methods he used to create the ‘Camilla’s Sugar Bowl’ painting. Details: ‘Camilla’s Sugar Bowl‘ is a photorealistic painting of a ceramic sugar bowl with floral decoration sitting on a lace tablecloth. Time: […]

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Greek Archway Watercolor Tutorial in ArtRage 4

How to paint with Watercolors in ArtRage 4. Copying a traditional watercolor painting by Annie Wood using ArtRage 4’s digital watercolor tools. This step by step tutorial uses the original ‘Gateway’ painting as a reference and demonstrates the process for copying the effects of watercolor using the watercolor tool, palette knife and other ArtRage 4 features. […]

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Sticker Sprays 3: Create Multicolored Effects!

Art Tutorial for using the Sticker Sprays: Use random hue to create multicolored sticker sprays. This tutorial applies to users of ArtRage 3 Studio Pro and ArtRage 4. Many of the sticker sprays use a single color, but sometimes you want to mix it up a bit and get a wider range of blues, or a complete rainbow of color without having to individually change the selected color for every stroke. This is very easy to do… […]

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Into The Stars Watercolour Tutorial

How to paint a night sky using watercolours in ArtRage “Into The Stars Watercolour Tutorial” by SomeoneSane An ArtRage artist in the forums recently started a thread asking for tips mimicking the real life traditional watercolours in the image on the right, “House under the Starry Skies”. And our resident tutorial wizard stepped up marvellously […]

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