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Train Sketchie 01 2560 by Živko Kondić Zhillustrator

Artist Feature: Živko Kondić (Zhillustrator)

Živko Kondić (Zhillustrator) is a Serbian artist from Novi Sad who paints impressionist science fiction landscapes, using ArtRage to explore brushwork and style or to create concept art for his more serious professional illustrations. He mainly paints on a Cintiq or Companion, and prefers to experiment with the oils and pastels in ArtRage to rough out abstract thumbnails and develop them into surreal landscapes.
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Final Image Jim Pavelec

Creating A Mixed Media Commission with Jim Pavelec

Professional illustrator and fine artist Jim Pavelec walks us through the process of creating a commissioned fantasy portrait using his unique mixed media approach that moves between traditional and digital media, combining real world pencil and paint with the ArtRage for iOS app.
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Steve Goad Cave Sphere Final Tutorial

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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Five figures standing in a group created in ArtRage 5

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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Closeup on five figures with monochrome shading in ArtRage 5 Docking mode with toolbox presets and layers menu visible at the sides.

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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