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Lamar Valley by Randel Washburne

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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Landscape in Oils APPtitude painting by Alison Jardine

APPtitude Landscape Art on the iPad with Alison Jardine

Learn how to paint a simple expressive landscape using the oils and palette knife in ArtRage for iOS with Alison Jardine, the author of Make Great Art on your iPad. In this tutorial, I want to show you how you can get virtually dirty with viscous, unctuous paint in ArtRage, in an original expressive landscape composition.
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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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felt pen portrait sketch artrage

How To Choose Inking Brushes in ArtRage

How To Choose Inking Brushes in ArtRage? Choosing the Right Tool For Different Inking Styles and Techniques? Choosing a Style Traditional inking uses a soft (felt) tip, a hard nib, or a brush to apply ink lines and washes. The ink can be solid and opaque, quick drying, watery, or blend with the ink around it with every stroke. The paper may be anywhere from perfectly smooth to roughly textured. These differences create the signature looks and effects of different inking ...
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artrage 5 warp

Warp Mode in ArtRage 5

Using Warp in ArtRage 5 to Distort and Transform Paint ArtRage 5 introduces the new Warp mode, which lets you smear, swirl, and otherwise distort your painting. It's similar to Photoshop's Liquify filter, but specifically designed to respect ArtRage's paint properties, so you won't lose texture or paint depth when distorting. This means that you can make an adjustment and then switch right back to the traditional media tools you were using before.Open Warp mode by going to Edit > Filters > ...
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