Artrage Lite Flamingos in the 'Alla Prima" style

Artrage Lite Flamingos in the 'Alla Prima" style

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[Music] all right friends welcome back we're gonna jump right into this using the oil brush holding the control key I can draw straight lines you can do that with any tool in art rage today's painting is going to be using the oil brush tool in art rage light using that and the pallet knife those two tools are exclusively what we're going to use and today's goal is to show you how you can very simply and very elegantly accomplish the look of a plein air painting meaning an open-air direct
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painting in the plein air style with digital media in the same way that you would if you are trying to do something in a traditional sense so here I'm using a big bold brush painting in all my darks first and I'll work my way up the value scale toward my mid-tones keeping it big bold and simple that's kind of one of those tenants of plein air painting where you have to paint fast you have to paint bold and you got to keep it simple you just don't have time for the rest of it and painting that way digitally is really fun very effective
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and freeing a lot of times when we paint we worry too much about outcomes we worry about failure we would get stuck on detail and complexity and I think our real job especially in the lane phase of a painting is to do everything the opposite of that the goal is to keep it simple to keep it focused on what's absolutely essential be daring and and simplify and make things more immediate if possible so we can do that with a couple different techniques we use a big brush number one we go from dark to
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light number two we capture big shapes not little details we don't let ourselves add any complexity we're just going to cover the painting with local color keeping things very very rudimentary the effect overall at the end of this initial Lane is really nice because what we have is an approximation of the initial image but it's kind of a reduced down to it's just essential elements what we think is kind of maybe core or attractive to the piece now I'm
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going to create a new layer and I can do that by pushing the layers palette duplicate the layer and now I'm gonna use the palette knife on this new layer which is an exact copy of the one below it turn that one below off and I'm using a palette knife just to kind of knock down and add a little bit of nuance to the initial painting now that initial pass with that big blocky oil brush that you saw and now I'm using the conic to add some detail it also lets me paint I mean you can think about using the palette knife as a painting tool to push that paint around
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we can help you with any drawing problems that can help you add maybe mid-tones like I'm doing in this case that I might have missed in my initial pass working in our trades light is astonishingly simple it's a very powerful tool that you can get very professional outcomes from using in this case just two tools I think these are some of the strongest tools in the entire toolbox in art rage I think it has the best natural media painting
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capacity of any digital tool I've ever used and here you can see I'm toggling between my layer with the blending and the layer without you may prefer one or the other and what I did was kind of take a mix of the two and compress the two layers together now I'm gonna let myself for the first time of the painting use a smaller brush the brush has otherwise the same settings but this time a smaller for a smaller tip of the brush is gonna let me handle details that I wasn't able to access before and here I can go in and add complexity to
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edges and address maybe values and tones that I wasn't able to get before I'm also painting over the areas where maybe I feel like I blended it too much and it's okay to work back and forth between tools that we now had suggested there are assets to both and sometimes you really need the brush and sometimes you need the blending tool so as you can see there's still a lot of complexity that I just had to brush past and I may not ever even add back in as the artist you get to decide this approach to painting
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is very effective when using digital media as well as using traditional media and I think what it does is it sets you up for any kind of style that you want to employ in your piece if I wanted to make it really detailed I could do that if I want to keep it really simple I can do that too here I'm gonna keep it simple and just let it be kind of like that initial pass I'm flipping the canvas with the H key you can also flip it with a V key but that's it hope you enjoyed it it was really fun to paint with you
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today using ArtRage light again the best natural media software I have ever used thank you so much hey y'all here's my patreon site yes I now have a patreon so I do YouTube I have a patreon and I'll even be streaming live painting on Twitch so check me out Mambo bon is where you can find me on all the platforms I would love to engage with you as a patron or just in the comment section or just with likes or whatever mostly I do this because I love it but
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it also makes sense for me to try to put a little bit of food on the table for my family so that's why this is all here and I just want to say thanks for checking it out thanks for watching my videos thanks for throwing comments out thanks for all your amazing support yeah I'm just excited time so best wishes you guys take care

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