I've been in some discussions, here at the forums, regarding the use of the Sticker Spray as a sketching tool for line work. I created a number of test brushes along these lines, so I've decided to compile them, and share them here. I've packed everything you'll need to use within an ArtRage .arpack. Just download the .arpack from the link below, and then follow the steps listed here to install it's contents into your ArtRage program. Once installed, the sticker can be found in a group called "Sketch Brushes", on the Sticker Panel (though, you'll likely never have a need to use the sticker sheets directly, as they're designed specifically for Spray use), and the Spray Presets can be located in a group called "Sketch Brushes" on the Spray Presets panel.
Here's the link for the .arpack: Download the AR Pack Here
Note: These files are free to use in your artwork, but please do not redistribute them for personal gain (monetary purposes). If you'd like to share them with someone, that's fine, but try to do so through linking back to this thread, if possible. Thank you.Here's how to install the pack:
And so you'll have an idea of what's in the arpack, I've posted a screen shot of the Sticker Spray Preset list, with the type of mark it makes next to the title. It's followed by some example sketches I did with some of the presets. Enjoy!
1 - Open ArtRage.
2 - Select File > Install Package File
3 - Browse to the location you saved the .arpack (it's named: Skecth Brushes by SOS.arpack
), and open it.
4 - The Install Package
panel should now be opened, displaying the various stickers and presets you have to choose from. ArtRage will automatically have them all selected for installation, so simply click on the Install
button, located on the bottom of the panel, to install the set.
• You can choose to only upload specific sets, but some of the stickers are used for a number of presets, so they aren't all labeled to match. Because of this, it'll be difficult to tell what you'll need for each preset. You can always delete unwanted items from the two folders later on, though.