ArtRage Alternatives

ArtRage

Description
ArtRage is a leading bitmap graphics editor for digital painting developed by Ambient Design Ltd. The application is available to use on multiple platforms including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Android and iOS etc. It caters to all ages and skills levels from children to professional artists… read more
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ArtRage Alternatives & Similar Software for PC

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Paint Net

Paint Net is a freeware raster graphics editor solution for Microsoft Windows platform only created by .NET Framework. It is a simple but powerful image and photo editing application that contains almost all the major tools and service to create stunning stuff without any limitation.

More About ArtRage

ArtRage is a leading bitmap graphics editor for digital painting developed by Ambient Design Ltd. The application is available to use on multiple platforms including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Android and iOS etc. It caters to all ages and skills levels from children to professional artists. As compared to the other similar applications it offers lots of new and advanced tools that help you to create a more interesting painting. Its medium includes oil paint, acrylic, spray paint and more, using relatively realistic physics to simulate actual painting. Other tools include such as tracking, blurring, mixing and smearing as well as lots of special effects, custom brushes and digital editing tools. Today, ArtRage has millions of users around the world who can use it to enhance their skills and create a professional painting. Just like other apps it also includes core features such as support multiple languages, user-friendly interface, automatically update, guide and customization option. Do try it out, if you want to become a professional artist.

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Harlon currently works as a quality moderator and content writer for Turpy Media. He does stuff with apps. He makes yachts and boats and cars sound go boom boom. 12am-4am a Game/web/app developer, guitarist, lover, and hater of technology. He graduated from the University of California in 2010 with a degree in Computer Science.