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  1. #1
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    Red face landscape for Digital Artist



    Just had an interview with Digital Artist magazine. They are doing a 'Top 10 painting apps' feature, and of course ArtRage is one of them.

    I was asked to also submit a landscape painting done in ArtRage but I rarely work on landscape. So this one was quickly painted yesterday with a reference.

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    Thumbs up

    This is awesome, so wonderfully well painted and congratulations on your invite

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    Such a beautiful painting, you did Artrage proud. Well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    This is really well done and certainly shows the capability of artrage.
    Geoff

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    It is beautiful and what an honor for you. When does it come out? Sorry, but I hate it when ya'll say I quickly did this; and it looks so great! That is my green monster coming out!

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    Fantastic landscape Painting,looks great, well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibui View Post
    It is beautiful and what an honor for you. When does it come out? Sorry, but I hate it when ya'll say I quickly did this; and it looks so great! That is my green monster coming out!
    Haha I know what you mean. It's like 'it was just a practice'. I hate it so much.

    'Quick' because I have to complete it in one day (got interview request on Monday and painted this on Tuesday). It took a night to finish. I believe real painters like Richard Schmid would only need a couple of minutes.

    Not quite sure the releasing date. It depends on when they will finish editing all 10 interviews and images and send it off to the printer.

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    Wow this is great, landscape is my fave painting subject, this is so cool.

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    Question

    Very good painting... I look forward to seeing the others. Some of you are truly amazing I would love to see more video tutorials on ya methods and see more .col and .prs files shared. Also a quick question... some of you seem to be able to make your own styles of brushes... I know how to do this in PS I would love to know what can be done to make brushes in AR... I also don't get how some of you use the stickers to act as brushes. Do they let you blend and manipulate them as paint? I did not think this was the case... so without a proper knife or blending ability how is it truly a brush?

    Thanks in advance for the answers I have been a lurker for a long time just now starting to post and converse.

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    Epic scene. Very full. Almost has a Miyazaki background feel to it, only a little more fine arts. Very placid and perfect scene. I would love to be there.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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