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.
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.
How to Paint a Foot using ArtRage's Oil Brush? A quick walkthrough showing you the basic process of painting a human foot using the digital oils in ArtRage. This tutorial uses ArtRage 4, but the oil brush is found in every version of ArtRage, so you should be able to follow along pretty easily in any version. You can click through the step by step images and captions, or watch the video recording below.
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 from the UK.Do you come from a digital or traditional art background? I always had a love for art throughout school, I would mainly use traditional mediums such as ...
Phil Galloway is a fantastic artist who picked up ArtRage for his Surface Pro last November and has been using it for amazing digital oil portraits ever since. In this interview he talks about ArtRage, how he got started in his professional art career through Twitter, the power of social media, tips for working on commissions, and his painting process.