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    Great for Children Illustrations...

    This is my first piece done in ArtRage2. With the exception of the background which I gave a slight motion blur (from the other paint program) it was done entirely in ArtRage2. The drawing came from one of my designs for a on-line training course to get kids ready for school. Although I would have vectorized the ink lines, The felt tip inking gave the whole painting a informal, innocent look.

    The airbrush tool is very intutitive and is great for applying skin tones.

    Great drawing program.
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    Hi and welcome. Wow, what an exceptional piece of work. Love the style adopted and the angle used. One can easily see that this is a picture produced by a professional person. Fantastic and look forward to seeing more of your work.Regards Tony

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    Thanks! I plan on using ArtRage2 for more of my illustrations. My goal is to create illos entirely in ArtRage, but being in the graphic art industry I may incorporate it with my other apps. I am so glad I can exprt out to PhotoShop with laters. It seems to be made for a good tablet.

    More art on the way.

    8)

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    turtlemock- This is awesome. I love seeing this kind of expression in illustration for kids. It is good to have your skill showing up here in the ArtRage forum. I hope to see more from you.
    Be well,

    "Teach, Learn, Thrive"~DM


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    really graet!

    It reminds me of the CD cover for The Offspring, Americana albulm, but, happier.

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    Well, he just looks like he hasn't a care in the world, doesn't he? You've captured innocence beautifully, turtlemock. Welcome to the forums!

    - Gita

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    Er! Um! Actually he is a she but no matter. The angle really does not show the gender much expect for the hair which of course a lot of boys have. Still I enjoyed creating it.

    THis pic is a tribute to childhood and summer.

    Thanks for all the comments. Let me know some ArtRage tips too.

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    *blush* Err.. umm... indeed. Oops. =]

    .g

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    Oh I guessed it was a girl - the face gave it away.
    Welcome to the forums, turtlemock. That's an awesome illustration. It's a great style - the mix of soft shading on the block colour with the bold lines - fantastic stuff. It combines to an excellent overall effect. And it's a cute picture as well!
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    Lol!

    Actually JustG is not the only one who thought she was a he. My older brother is also a CG artist as well and I finally convinced him to buy a Wacom tablet and insisted on getting ArtRage2. Hope you all might see his stuff here as well.

    Thanks for all the comments.

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