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    Hello all, Virtuous here, just received my wacom pad and got a trial with art rage. I could use some help as to where to start, if anyone would like to give me direction.

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    Hello Virtuous,

    Welcome to the ArtRage forums! You'll find a lot of useful information online for ArtRage. I actually have a beginners course at Lynda.com called Up and Running with ArtRage that covers how to use many of ArtRage 4's features and tools. While the course is normally a paid tutorial series, there is a free 10 day trial you could do, which would allow you to watch them a few at a time over the course of a few days. There's also a lot of other tutorials to be found here on the forums, under the Tips and Tricks section and many free to view videos on YouTube (I also have a few on my channel, as well).
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Very impressive "my channel". Must have taken you a lot of hours and research. I looked at the 56sec.on panels. Did you find these tricks in the Manuel? or was it experimentation? Great learning videos,I will watch more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJM View Post
    Very impressive "my channel". Must have taken you a lot of hours and research. I looked at the 56sec.on panels. Did you find these tricks in the Manuel? or was it experimentation? Great learning videos,I will watch more.
    Thanks

    It's hard to say, really, where I pick up all the information. I do take my time with manuals, so certainly a lot of information is garnered from them. Though, I also like to do a lot trial and error on my own, when it comes to computer programs, to see what works and what doesn't. I also like reading the various questions asked about the program here on the forums, which not only allows me to help others learn what I've learned, but also let's me pick up anything I may have missed along the way. So the source of my knowledge about it is really a hodgepodge.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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