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ArtRage Description: An art program specifically for painting and for painters. ArtRage is available in two editions: the free Starter Edition and the $25 Full Edition. Both editions can be downloaded here (purchase is required to download the Full Edition). Available for both Windows and Mac OS X in English, French, and German.

Read a terrific Squidoo Review

:sun: ArtRage Official Website :sun:
-Starter and Full Edition (purchase required for Full Edition) downloads, Forums and Galleries, and more.

Clubs and Other Sites

:star: ArtRage Painting - the real paint of digital art and ArtRage Tutorials and Resources maintained by Flynn-the-cat
-A very helpful page with a neat ArtRage review and thorough ArtRage how-tos, as well as links for further exploration.

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Individual Tutorials

ArtRage BeginnersGuide + mouse by Sirielle
-A guide for beginners who have never worked with any painting software before or are new to ArtRage, also for people who would like to try drawing with a mouse.

Autumn Serenity Tutorial by FafnirMcCloud
-My promised Tutorial using my new program Artrage 2.5. Please download for the tutorial JPG's as DA cannot load the high pixel dimensions

ArtRage Tutorial: Ice Within by Flynn-the-cat
-Because I actually took screenshots of this one as I went. Until I got carried away and forgot. Anyway, it's big enough for now.

Tutorial - Grids and Artrage by bolsterstone
-I've had a number of requests to explain how I do my portraits So here goes -- please be kind. (This is my first time doing this type of tutorial.) Now, to make matters easier, I chose a digitally done portrait because that was what I was working on at the moment. My traditional realist-styled work -- from the ink sketches to the pastels usually involve a similar technique.

Copic Colors for ArtRage by bolsterstone
-As anyone who has worked with Artrage knows, the artpen tool is one of the best imitators out there for those who want to simulate either Prismacolour, Copic or Touch markers.

Prismacolor Color Palette for ArtRage Users by bolsterstone
-Once again, we have a resource for those people who love the Artpens in Artrage (including those who want to use Artrage for anime or manga style art). This second palette I am uploading for Artrage users is for a Prismacolor-style spectrum of colours.

Crayola Style Colours for ArtRage by bolsterstone
-Something different for Artrage users - a wax crayon colour palette generated from colours scanned from crayon artwork on plain bond paper. This listing of 64 Crayola-approximated colours was done with help from my young nephew. And they should be ideal for use with the crayon tool.

Tria Color Swatch for ArtRage by bolsterstone
-One more colour swatch for Artrage. This one is a little different for a couple of reasons. First of all, there are two systems used to organize the colours.

Artrage Cloud tutorial by ruthlessmoons
-This is a tutorial I created to help people with painting clouds in Artrage 2.5+. Please note that I forgot to mention that for the examples shown I used "heavy crumbled canvas" as the paint shows up very nicely on it.

Artrage Water tutorial by ruthlessmoons
-Hello all, I have created another Artrage tutorial. This one will teach you how to create ocean water quickly and effectively (depends how much time and effort you put into it). Enjoy and ask questions if need be!


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:iconmaggie7957:
maggie7957 Mar 28, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
What tool would I use to darken my sketches?  Other than pencil
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bittersweetflames Feb 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Squidoo link isn't working anymore, btw!
but lovely tutorial. thank you. <3
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Deadly-Cakes Dec 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Do you know what size I should crop the canvas so I could make a short comic?
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:iconkree7:
yay someone else who uses artrage! i love their ink smoothing feature. my linearts come out great with it.
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AshenTundra Aug 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
DA won't let me post my ArtRage pictures...
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bolsterstone Aug 14, 2013   General Artist
Convert the Artrage pictures to a format it does recognize -- JPG, GIF, PNG.  And it should work fine. :-)
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AshenTundra Aug 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
ok! thanks!
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biwalle94 May 21, 2013  Student Photographer
thank you so muach
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drawingmydream May 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Do you have a tutorial for blending in ArtRage? I'm finding it nearly impossible.
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FlyingDeadBirds May 24, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I'm just trying it out myself, but it seems the Palette knife is good for blending. That or the standard picking/dropping colours with the pipette-thingy-tool technique.
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