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ArtRage Watercolors Tutorial by Randel Washburne

Getting Traditional Watercolor Effects with ArtRage: iPad Artist Randel Washburne explains the different settings for the Watercolor tool and techniques for getting washes and glazing effects in the iOS app for ArtRage.
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How to choose a Canvas Size in ArtRage

How to pick a Canvas Size for your ArtRage Paintings? Choosing a canvas size is one of those horrible math-filled topics that are terrifying and mysterious the first time you try and do digital art, or start considering printing your art. It is important to make sure that you do not start with a canvas that is too small because you cannot make it larger later without losing quality. But what is "too small"? How large can you go? This comprehensive ...
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ArtRage Tutorial Videos: Oils in ArtRage for iPad

Learn to paint using digital oils in ArtRage for iPad with Raheem Nelson  Raheem Nelson is a professional digital artist from Connecticut who specialises in iPad art. He has been using ArtRage on the iPad for years, along with other apps and traditional art (such as mural painting!) and created this series of introductory video tutorials to introduce new artists to ArtRage's digital oils and the basics of painting in the iPad app.You can see more of his art, events and tutorials ...
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ArtRage iPad Video Tutorials – Theatre Professor

Series of ArtRage for iPad Video Tutorials We're delighted to share a series of video tutorials for the ArtRage for iPad app explaining the various painting tools and settings in detail. It was created by the Theatre Professor, a technology podcaster who specialises in digital painting software and Doctor Who references.This series of six videos is suitable for beginners and intermediate users. Each video is about 20-30 minutes long. If you are new to the ArtRage for iPad app, start with the first ...