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Thread: My ArtRage paintings

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2016

    My ArtRage paintings

    I've been thinking of starting a thread here for some time, but since I wanted it to be focused on my work done solely in ArtRage first and foremost, I wanted to finish some pieces with one app entirely, and that both took time and I had to push stuff back for unrelated reasons - life really gets in the way sometimes.

    I'll post some pieces that didn't have extra refinement in a different app first, aside for some sharpening:

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    The Moon

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    Typically, I start everything I paint these days as an AR pencil sketch or a scan of a detailed pencil draft done on paper, which gets a layer of oil underpainting in AR, details are added with a combination of oil brushes and custom brush tool (you can download my latest custom brush presets here, by the way; I finished the first image in this thread almost entirely with those.)

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    The Stars

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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2016
    I love painting nature, and I really fell in love with landscape painting in ArtRage several years ago.
    it is the closest thing to achieve the oil/acrylic/pastel painting look using digital brushes, and I love it so much.

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    The Tree.

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    A faster piece, painted in about 2 evenings?.. Several years ago.

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    A Blossoming Court.

    A lighter, more colorful, more impressionistic in execution, quick and simple painting, which helped me discover the magic of glitter sprinkles and their ability to lighten everything up in no time.

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    Everything else that I'm painting gets taken to a secondary app, and I'll eventually post some of that stuff too, along with new pieces - several in the works at the moment.

    Thanks for watching!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2020
    Aotearoa/New Zealand
    This is beautiful work! They have great feeling and the compositions are great too. I really like the tree.

    Thanks for sharing it.

    "You do not suffer because things are impermanent. You suffer because things are impermanent and you think they are permanent." ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

    Tech stuff: 24" iMac M1: Wacom Intuos Pro L: iPad Pro 12.9"

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    I love "A Blossoming Court". The blues wow me. This is something that were it for sale I would buy it for my daughter.

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