Saturday, 2 July 2011

Screencast: making a charcoal preset in ArtRage



My first screencast demo, using Screenr. Thanks to Rudi for suggesting Screenr, and thanks to German for asking to see an example of my charcoal preset.

Maybe I'll do more of these. Don't forget to click +1 below if you like it!


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7 comments:

Jm Doran said...

Nicely done. I hadn't heard of ArtRage.

Glendon Mellow said...

Thanks Jim! It's a short video so I hope it's a good introduction. Maybe I'll try to make another one to show off the watercolours or oil blending.

Raptor Lewis said...

Sweet! I hadn't heard of Artrage either. How much does the current version cost? (Looking forward to future screencasts, btw)

Glendon Mellow said...

Thanks Raptor. The full version (ArtRage Studio Pro) is less than $100. Highly recommended.

You can find it here.

I think I will do some more screencasts, maybe on something more than a small function. :-)

Raptor Lewis said...

Great! Thanks! I'm certainly looking forward to them! :)

Rudi said...

Good screen cast, especially for your first time. Keep it up.

Glendon Mellow said...

Thanks Rudi! Thanks for the tip about Screenr too.

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