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Happy Birthday to YOU!!!

Happy Birthday RapidStudio
Six years ago, RapidStudio started down the path to where we find ourselves today. Now, we offer a robust suite of simple, interactive products. Our website is smooth, our branding has been successful. Those who have been with us from the start, however, know that this journey has not been effortless! We’ve gone to the drawing board time and time again, tweaking some things and completely tossing others. None of the magnificent changes that have taken place over the last six years would be possible without you.
Our customers have supported us not only by returning to our website or referring other people to RapidStudio’s services, but they have provided feedback that has been integral to the direction our company has gone. Our partners have worked diligently with us to offer the products our customers crave. Each of our partners has delivered world-class framework, and this framework has been a key to the long-standing success of RapidStudio. The staff at Rap…

Paint By Shadow Canvases:

Paint By Shadow Canvases:
RapidStudio and CraftRoutes got back in touch with their inner artist in Pretoria last week.
CraftRoutes, a specialist arts and crafts shop in Pretoria, invited Paint-by-Shadow to be the flagship product at their annual exhibition in the Kolonnade Shopping Mall, Montana Park.


Our largest size (80 x 120 cm) canvas was placed on the stand and throughout the 6 days of exhibiting, the canvas was painted by myself (product developer), Sue Peddle (owner of CraftRoutes) and all the sales staff from the store.


The King Protea image was developed for Sue and her shop, which reflected the mood of Heritage Day.  This image also show cases the Proudly South African product Paint-by-Shadow truly is.




Have you always wanted to be an artist but thought it was too difficult?
We have developed an innovative new product called “Paint-by-Shadow. Paint-by-Shadow is a great starter product that takes any of the initial apprehension and unknowns out of the painting process.



When you…