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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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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Artist Feature: Alex Bearne

An Interview With An ArtRage Artist  Alex Bearne is a British artist who teaches and paints using the iPad to explore the techniques of famous traditional painting masters, such as Van Gogh. Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? My name is Alex Bearne, art name Alcanio. I’m 36 […]

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Artist Feature: Stephen Rasche-Hilpert (English/German)

An interview with an ArtRage Artist. Stephen Rasche-Hilpert is a German equine photographer and portrait artist who uses his photography and love of horses to create beautiful, heartfelt paintings in ArtRage. This interview is in both English and German. […]

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Artist Feature: Ramona MacDonald (portrait artist)

An Interview With An ArtRage Artist  Ramona MacDonald is a US-based portrait artist who uses pastels to create gorgeous, softly realistic portraits and landscapes. Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? Up until a couple of years ago, I would have answered this question by saying I was a […]

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Artist Feature: Michael Clulee

An Interview With An ArtRage Artist  Michael Clulee is an English artist who paints abstract illustrations exploring colour and shape, strongly inspired by Expressionism and Cubism. Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? I live on the edge of the Birmingham Conurbation as an illustrator. I am inspired by […]

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Artist Feature: Mark Paulik (game illustrator)

An Interview With An ArtRage Artist. Mark Paulik is professional game illustrator from the USA. He specializes in animation, concept art, and UI design for everything from casual Facebook games to book illustration. Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? My name is Mark Paulik and I’m a professional illustrator who has been working in the Game Industry for over 10 years. I produce concepts, animation, game sprites and UI features for games (2D assets)… […]

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Artist Feature: Ignacio de la Calle (English/Spanish)

Interview of a traditional artist gone digital using ArtRage. Ignacio de la Calle is a Spanish artist who paints sci-fi and fantasy art, and impressionistic landscapes rich with color, brushstrokes and story. This interview is in both English and Spanish. […]

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First Winners for the #ArtRageFree Challenge

Our First Winners for the #ArtRageFree Challenge  We’re now halfway through the #artragefree challenge for art using our free Android app and we’re really enjoying the creativity pouring in so far! We’ve just picked a handful of initial winners who will all be receiving Play Store gift vouchers, and wanted to take a moment to […]

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Artist Feature: Paige Fowler (Sour Candy Arts)

An Interview With An ArtRage Artist  Paige Fowler (Sour Candy Arts) creates her own distinctive style flavoured with elements of gothic fantasy, manga and fandom. Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? You can say my artistic career began with nothing more than a scribble when I was 8 […]

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