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There are two modes that artrabe can choose from using the Interface Modes menu in the View Menu. Each has a light and dark option. Classic ArtRage mode has a Tool Picker on the left, a Color Picker on the right, and Pods that you click to access panels with settings and other utilities.
Docking Mode keeps all of the panels in the top Menu Bar. When you click on a button the panel appears and remains visible until you click off it. Click manuual Tear Off icon on the titlebar of a pop up panel to tear it off the menu bar and make it artraeg. Drag a panel to the left or right edge of the screen and a Dock Indicator appears, drag your cursor over the indicator and let go to dock the panel to that side. If there is already a docked panel on that side, just drag your new panel in to the Docking Tray and drop it to dock there.
You can dock panels on the left and arfrage sides. Docked panels can be expanded and collapsed using the arrow indicator in their titlebar.
Turn this feature on to invert the standard bright interface and make it darker. Docking Mabual has a Tool Picker button that pops up a Picker when clicked.
This button shows an icon of the current tool and can be found next to the Tool Size and Settings buttons.
In Classic Mode click and drag on the tool size indicator manua the corner of the Tool Picker. In Docking mode, click and drag on the size value next to the Tool Picker icon in the menu bar. 3. tool h as a number of settings that can be changed to customise its behaviour. The Tool Settings Panel contains controls for all of these settings. At the top of the Settings panel is an area that displays the currently loaded Preset.
Click this area to select a new Preset. Tool Presets are stored sets of Tool Arttage that represent specific types of a tool. For example, a dry oil brush and a heavily loaded oil brush are the same Tool but each has unique Settings, a Preset is used to represent this.
When you select a preset its settings are applied to the current Tool and you can start painting with it.
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When manjal do this the settings of the current tool are stored with a Name and Icon for easy recall later. You have the option to store Tool Size and Paint Color with the Preset if they are important to recreating the specific tool type you are storing.
A bristle tipped brush that applies oil paints that can be blended together and smeared on the canvas.
A fine tipped brush that applies watercolour that blends and spreads in to other wet areas of the canvas. A hard tipped pen that creates artfage solid ink lines on the canvas.
A sketching pencil with adjustable tip hardness for shading or line work. A special effect brush with a highly customisable brush head for creating user artrags brush stroke styles.
A utility for selecting areas of the canvas for copying, painting in, or manipulating. A utility for setting the current color by selecting paint from the canvas. A utility for filling outlined areas of the canvas with solid color. It also offers Arttage Fill and Gradient Fill modes. Learn more about Solid Fill! One more tool exists, a Transform Tool located on the Menu Bar.
Click this and you will be able to select an item to transform. See later for more information. To select a paint color select it from a Color Picker. Classic and Docking Modes have their own Color Pickers. Then select how bright and how vibrant it is using the larger, Square Aftrage. Normal digital color blending produces results that can be unexpected if you are used to real paint.
ArtRage has a second color blending option that can be found in the Color Menu under the Tools menu.
attrage You can store Color Samples for later use. Open the Samples panel to see a list of available samples. In Docking Mode use the Samples button next to the current color sample.
The Menu Button in this panel allows you to add samples or load them from the Samples Collection. You can sample a color from the canvas to make it current for painting using the Color Sampler tool. To save artraeg painting or load a new painting use the options in the File Menu that can be found on the Menu Bar. When you are done painting always Save your work, it will not be automatically saved you will be prompted to save before ArtRage closes.
If you need to work with normal image files or save a copy of your painting so that another package can view it or to share online use the Import and Export Image options in the File Menu. Export is used to create a normal image copy of your painting that another piece of software can understand.
When you Import an image file a new canvas is created to store it. If you have artrabe changes and you want to save those changes to a normal image, Export a copy of the painting, but be sure to save the new Painting as well so that you can keep working it later without losing any information.
ArtRage Painting Files contain a lot of information that normal image files do not. Due to this, Painting Files cannot be opened directly in other image software. Make sure to always save your work as a Painting File using Save or Save As, never store the only copy of your work by Exporting it. You can have more than one painting open at a time. The Documents Panel which is accessed from the Menu Bar allows you to display or close the documents you have loaded. ArtRage 5 lets you open multiple paintings at once and switch manuwl them easily as you work.
The Documents Button on the Menu bar indicates how many documents you have loaded and displays the name of the current document. When you install a Package File the resources it contains are added to your copy of ArtRage majual can be located in the panel for the type of resources that were installed.
You can install a Package File either using the File Menu or by double clicking on the file itself. ArtRage Script Files contain recordings of paintings made by other people. When you play a script file the painting is recreated stroke by stroke on a new canvas.
You can play a script file either by selecting the option in the File Menu or by double clicking on the file itself. Layers are like sheets of transparent plastic that you can paint on.
They stack on top of each other and you can paint on any of them at any time. This allows you to paint without damaging existing paint on layers underneath.
The Layers Artragge shows all of the Layers in the current painting stacked on top of each other to show their order on the canvas. The Layer at the top of the panel list is the Layer visible on the top of the Canvas. Click and drag on a layer to move it around in the Layers Panel, this allows you to reorder Layers.
Layer Groups allow you to organise Layers together in to groups for easier control in the Layers Panel.
Add a Layer Group using the Add Group button on the Layers Panel then drag Layers in to the Group entry that appears in order to move it in to that group. Layers that are inside a group are indented slightly. The folder icon to the left of the Layer Preview indicates how deeply the Layer is nested inside groups.
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The buttons at the bottom of the Layers panel allow you to add Layers, add Groups, or delete the active Layer. These icons will only be visible when your cursor is over the layer or if the property they refer to has been adjusted from its default state.
Drag the outer ring to rotate the canvas. You can also click on the arrows in the external border of the Positioner to set rotation to exact amounts. Click and drag on the Move Icon in the Positioner to move the canvas. You can also right-click drag on the canvas to move it. You can also hold down Shift and right-click drag on the canvas to zoom.
Note that zooming does not change the contents or size of your canvas, it just adjusts the size it is displayed on the screen. Canvas Settings can be changed at any time but they will not alter any paint that has already been applied to the Canvas.
At the top of the Canvas Settings Panel is a Canvas Presets option that allows you to select a predefined set of Canvas Settings or add your own. These checkers will not be included in your final painting. Tracing Images are images overlaid on the Canvas to provide a guide while painting. The Tracing Panel allows you to load images and adjust their settings. Your paint will be partially obscured by it but you can control the opacity of the image if you need to see more of the underlying canvas.
When you have a Tracing Image loaded you have the option to choose Colors automatically from it as you paint, this will cause the paint color to update at the start of each stroke to use the color of the Tracing Image under its starting point.
Reference Images are images loaded from your computer that can act as a rough visual guide while you work. Scraps are small sheets of canvas pinned to the screen that can be painted in.
Views are alternative views of your entire canvas that are pinned to the screen. You can zoom and move views independent of the main canvas to observe sections of it while you work.
You can even paint in a View to apply paint to the canvas. You can add all three types of Reference using the buttons at the bottom of the References panel. You can access the Layout panel using the Layout button on the menu bar.
It provides three different types of layout tool. Individual guide lines can be placed on the canvas using the Guide buttons at the top left under the menu bar.