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Bloopy Doodle gets the full Digital Painting Treatment with ArtRage


What happens when you take a nonsensical doodle and dcide to make a painting out of it?
Apparently, "this" happens: I call it, "Red Bloop"
Line art from a sketch in SketchbookPro - Painted with ArtRage 2.6

Here's a look at the work-in-progress:


Try ArtRage...it's fun, amazing and super-affordable!
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P.S.: More of my ArtRage paintings here:
http://cartoonsnap.blogspot.com/search/label/ArtRage

4 comments:

FrankenBarry said...

That is bloopin' awesome! I bet he could get himself a gig, working kid's parties, tying himself into funny-animal shapes!

Yeah, this would make a sweet print, or maybe the basis for a funny picture- book!

Abba Studios said...

I enjoy ArtRage. It's a greta program. Have you started using ArtArge 4?

Daniel [oeconomist.com] said...

Could you (or someone else here) give examples of what is provided by ArtRage that is not by GIMP?

Sherm Cohen said...

Hi Daniel -- it's the gloppy paint textures that make ArtRage differnet...you can realy feel the texture and the thickness of the paint as you move the brush around. See http://cartoonsnap.com/blogspot/images/HalloweenSpongeBobMagazineCoverPainting_DA28/SpongeBobArtRagePumpkinHalloweenNicelodeonMagazine.jpg for the textures on the pumpkin.