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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Feb 2013

    Me too - happy with your decision

    Quote Originally Posted by Micmac View Post
    I'm very happy with your decision on the watercolour. Mic
    I been using ArtRage watercolour for a long time as it is one of the best digital watercolour tools there is. Just as good as Photoshop (using Kyle T. Webster wc brushes) and Clip Studio (using DAUB wc brushes). Painter WC is a pure catastrophy IMO and Rebelle, well... it has some "flow", but it is not very useful for me as an illustrator. It is a bit too much of a gimmick..

    ArtRage WC is really great! Still ArtRage could add a little "grain" to the watercolour brush paint... that would really add some...

    This (cut down version) was painted in ArtRage some years ago:
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  2. #12
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    New Zealand
    Yes, I am very happy with the watercolour brushes too.


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  3. #13
    Join Date
    Mar 2006
    If Artrage can get to or near a point to be close to what Expresii is capable of, then that is the Watercolor I want to have. It is the closest out there to the real thing so far I have ever seen.

  4. #14
    I have licenses to most 'affordable' paint software (Clip Studio, Paintstorm, Sketchbook), but Artrage continues to dominate them, IMO. There's something to be said for software that is devoted plainly to artwork, rather than branching off in other directions.

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