In this free webinar, you'll learn:
✔ How to import line art and set up your layers in a few seconds.
✔ How to add light and shadows to comic art quickly and easily.
✔ How to create awesome special effects like fire or glowing energy.
✔ Lots of Photoshop coloring tips, tricks, and techniques from an industry professional!
What attendees are saying:
- "I found it really engaging and I learned of a lot of new techniques that I wouldn't have discovered anywhere else!"
- "I've been looking everywhere for something like this and am so glad that I can now color my drawings with confidence and success. Thanks so much for making this!"
- "I learned a lot and look forward to improving my style and techniques future! Strongly recommend it for anyone that would like to make coloring a full time job."
- "It seems to me that I now have everything I need to get coloring!"
BONUS! (just for being here) :)
Sign up for this webinar, and you'll also receive links to the Photoshop files I'll be working on during the session, as well as my coloring eBook.
I've been working as a professional comic book color artist since 2011.
I've worked on the critically acclaimed Image Comics series GLITTERBOMB and HACK/SLASH: SON OF SAMHAIN & RESURRECTION, Top Cow's POSTAL, IDW's JUDGE DREDD, the Eisner and Harvey-nominated IN THE DARK: A HORROR ANTHOLOGY, and many other independent and small press projects. There's a full list of credits available here.
When I first started trying to get work, I found a lot of tutorials online, but they all taught different techniques that sometimes didn't even work together, and they all ignored the most important aspects being a successful digital artist - mainly what it takes to be a visual storyteller.
I decided to try to do something about that! I launched my YouTube channel in 2012, and my first online course in May 2014. As of this writing, over 3000 students in 136 countries have learned about digital art.
I live in Long Beach, Mississippi, with my wife of eighteen years, Tina. We have two cats. One is a jerk.
K. Michael Russell
Image Comics Colorist
Founder of ComicColor.com