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Thread: Speed Painting with ArtRage PDF

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    Speed Painting with ArtRage PDF

    I bothered you all with this PDF and I finally did put it online; I wish I had more time for working on it, but I prefer to publish it like it is now and update it later. I also included a ZIP file with some brushes I created and use often.

    Since I'm tracking the downloads count and since I'll update the files from time to time it's more practical for me to only post it on a single place. You can find it at this address :

    Speed Painting With ArtRage

    File size is 7,4 megabytes.

    I hope it can be interesting for someone, please give me feedback so I know how to make the next PDF better!

    NOTE : I posted it here cos I didn't know where else to post it, since it is both "tips and tricks" and "art supllies".. and maybe "genaral chat" too ahah. If a moderator thinks it better fits another section of the forum, please move it there


    EDIT 28th Feb : I fixed some typos and updated the pdf, so you all maybe wish to download it again
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    Last edited by Andrea; 05-10-2010 at 09:28 AM.

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    Spectacular tutorial Andrea! It is a REAL GEM and a valuable addition to the knowledge on this site. I have not much used stickers, but you've inspired me to look further. And your comments about best practices with layers are spot on as well. (Did I remember to mention your paintings totally rock?)

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    Andrea, at first glance it looks GORGEOUS!

    Cannot wait to read it in depth!

    Thank you! Now I'm a bit more happy
    Umberto

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    Lot of great info there. I read it, but obviously it needs to be read with AR open so the techniques can be applied and learned.
    Thanks
    Carl

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    Thanks a lot for giving it a try alkratzer, uuderzo, carlcath I hope it can be interesting! This community is very kind and I am glad I could do something for it, even if it's only few pages

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    That's really amazing - thank you

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    yeah!! you are great! thank you!
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    Thank you very much

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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing this. I've bookmarked your blog as this thread will eventually get buried.

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    Tutorial is looking great Andrea, presentation is gorgeous. Thanks so much for the brushes
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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