View Full Version : Use of Artrage to check a painting composition and palette

08-07-2014, 08:29 PM
I used Artrage (actually a beta of the forthcoming version which worked flawlessly), some web found objects together, the main subject and elements painted by me and one of my ornamental stickers to visualize a possible real media painting.
Maybe I'm an Arabian prince in my spare time, as Eighty said in his thread ... LOL;):o
I wanted to share with You this interesting and possibly useful opportunity for painters willing to carry easel and canvas and smell paints and media in the real world too.

08-07-2014, 11:27 PM
You've shown how you can make a credible composite out of found images and then weave your own magic to complete it Caesar. :)

08-07-2014, 11:39 PM
You're absolutely too kind, dear Robyn. Thank You. I didn't push to turn it into an accurate sketch or a painterly work in some style, but it gives a good enough indication I think. It may be a base for a matissian or liberty/art nouveau style painting or any other approach which would provide a homogeneous hand and touch look ...

08-08-2014, 12:57 AM
Ho Ho Ho Caesar with a quick thrust of your brush to splash paint into our

eye's and a merry quip you leave with our mouth's agape as you hop on

the plane for Sardinia so it looks like the Bus Sketch'es for me as I thought

I was just beginning to grasp Layers and with Belvrog help to crop and then

you come up with this ma mind just boggles CIAO

08-08-2014, 04:59 AM
Caesar, what a great idea, love this, your mind is always creating the best, and yes you may be an Arabian prince, our AR prince;););););)

08-08-2014, 11:00 AM
A wonderful room for this lovely princess of Prince Cesare....
Just make sure to have a nice glass for the pepsi, and a cherry in the bottom...;)