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Mike Thompson

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Rebelle 4 Painting Software with a Touch of Real Paint on Canvas Words by Lubomir Zabadal, Department of Creative Arts and Art Education, UKF University in Nitra, Slovakia and Matthew Stern, Artist based in Toronto, Canada Do graphics programs leave you feeling uninspired? Well, get ready! I guarantee the new Rebelle 4 will change the way you think about drawing and painting on your computer. It may even change your entire approach to art-making. If you’re like many artists, you probably developed your skills in the analog world, using real art tools and associated techniques. As a result, the move to digital may have been awkward. Sure, there’s the productivity boost, the freedom to experiment, but if you have an appreciation for real pastel, watercolor, or oils, making computer-based art can be an exercise in frustration – both with process and end-product. Rebelle is different. It’s not just a standard graphics program re-packaged with an artsy interface. This is software that offers an unparalleled simulation of real-world art-making, all supercharged with digital tools and magic! Escape Motions first released Rebelle in 2015 primarily as a solution for creatives with stylus-driven systems. It quickly won enthusiastic users

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