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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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Tool Settings for Realistic Inking in ArtRage

Use different tools in ArtRage to get realistic ink brush and marker effects! This tutorial demonstrates natural media inking settings for the Watercolor Brush, Oil Brush, Felt Pen, and Gloop Pen tools to help you choose the right tool for your style. Each tool is highly customizable, so pay close attention to the settings, and don't be afraid to tweak them! Note: This tutorial focuses on the natural media brush and marker tools. If you want a much more digital effect, ...
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Drawing Manga in ArtRage: Sketching and Inking

How to Sketch & Ink in ArtRage for Manga Art. This art tutorial follows on from "Drawing Manga in ArtRage: Tools & Canvas" and shows you the best tools for creating a drawing before moving onto "Drawing Manga in ArtRage: Coloring". ArtRage is a very traditional themed program with paints that are designed to mix and react realistically and often quite messily, but that doesn't mean that you can't create very digital manga art in it and retain full control.
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Charcoal Art Tutorial

Drawing with Charcoal in ArtRage 4

How To Create A Realistic Charcoal Drawing in ArtRage 4 Using Traditional Techniques This tutorial shows you how to sketch out a charcoal-style portrait in ArtRage, using traditional charcoal drawing techniques. The steps in this tutorial follow the traditional process of laying down backgrounds, then adding detail through darker tones and a kneaded eraser, as well as using a tortillion or finger-like smudge tool.ArtRage allows you to learn and use traditional media, as well as retaining all the benefits of digital art. ...