ArtRage 4 Review

It’s not every day I get to review drawing tools, which are only ever so slightly related to games. After falling in love with Colors! 3D, a design gadget on Nintendo 3DS, I started exploring other methods outside of Photoshop that offer fun ways to create art. This time, the good people handling ArtRage 4 sent me a copy for their program currently on Steam. Here is an excerpt of that review:

What it may lack in some fields, ArtRage 4 makes up for in unique ones. With several options to call its own and a steadily growing learning curve, there is a lot that can be done with this nifty program. Aside from some lesser options, the options it does do properly will be a joy to toy around with. It might even be a tad easier to pick up than some of its peers, even if it doesn’t offer the same things. Sometimes, that’s a good thing.

The full review can be found here.

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  1. May I equest a review of our painting software, Howler 8 for Windows.

    We are a natural media painting suite, and we’ve been an innovator in the market for 15 years.  You could place us in between Corel Painter and Photoshop in regard to functionality, but we also have an advanced animation subsystem, and for the last several years we have optimized for tablets.  We like to offer superior performance on tablets than the bigger names, while still offering a huge assortment of tools for digital artists.  These are just a few of the features we offer:
     
    Full natural media simulation optimized for tablets.
    Real-time, full screen filters even on modest hardware, instead of postage stamp sized previews.
    Paint complex animations with simple brush strokes using our fully featured animation system.
    Re-time video using motion prediction technology.
    Perform rotoscoping and camera stabilization for film quality special effects work.
    Paint realistic trees and foliage with a single brush stroke.
    3D rendering and animating: Scenery, height maps, text, or anything you can paint.
    Apply filters to animations very quickly with a keyframe based timeline.
    Advanced color mixing, such as being able to mix true complementary colors.
    Advanced symmetry works not only with brush strokes, but with filters and other tools.

    Howler 8 can be found on our site at http://www.squirreldome.com

    I would be happy to provide a complementary fully functional copy on your request.  Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you. I can be contacted at Dan_Ritchie@Hotmail.com

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