We all love comics. Right? I know I grew up reading the Sunday comics every week. And as I got older, I began venturing into Marvel and DC comics (and no, I am not hardcore one side over the other.) And now I do most of my comic reading online.
So there has to be a good way to create comics in ArtRage, right?
Well, today we are going to look at specific tools that could be helpful when creating comics in ArtRage.
I remember my first experience with watercolor in graduate school. I immediately though, “This is the worst medium in the world.” Low and behold, 15 years later, watercolor is now my favorite medium to use. I love the freedom of the colors running across the paper. And the liveliness as the white shines through.
The ability to customize things is what makes ArtRage so powerful at times. This week we take a look at importing and exporting brushes that we’ve created, as well as bringing in Photoshop brushes we may have created in the past.
I know, I know. These tutorials usually come out on Friday on the website. Unfortunately, or fortunately depending on how you look at it, I had the wonderful opportunity to go camping with my family as part of the Cub Scout Family Camp this past weekend.