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    Anyone hook me up with a great course on digital colouring? I was hoping for something a little more in depth, dealing with colour theory and advanced techniques. I'm not amazing at colouring by any means, but I can do it to a reasonable level. It's just that I keep finding new little tricks and techniques to add in, which all improve my work exponentially, so I thought if I could learn a bunch at once (instead of noticing one or two a year in other peoples work and adding them to my repertoire) I'd come on faster.

    I'm specifically thinking something more focussed on comics colouring (ie, colouring within the restrictions of flatted linework) as opposed to full on digital painting, which seems to be a subject less covered to an advanced level (ie courses seem to transition from super basics of colouring to digital painting, with no stop inbetween for what, say, Jordie Bellaire/Dave Stewart/Brendan Wagner etc are doing).

    Edit: Paid is fine, I don't mind spending money, but I'm sure I'll have missed a few good free options as well.
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    The gnomon workshop has one. https://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/tu...-book-coloring

    That site works on a subscription model. It's $50 a month. Once you subscribe, you have access to basically everything. So there would be a lot of content concerning illustration technique in general (color theory, software techniques, etc.) in addition to the tutorial I mentioned. They also have a 3 day free trial. So you could watch a couple tutorials and see if they are supplying the info you're looking for.

    Edit: another one. https://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/tu...k-illustration
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      Originally posted by battlewraith View Post
      The gnomon workshop has one. https://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/tu...-book-coloring

      That site works on a subscription model. It's $50 a month. Once you subscribe, you have access to basically everything. So there would be a lot of content concerning illustration technique in general (color theory, software techniques, etc.) in addition to the tutorial I mentioned. They also have a 3 day free trial. So you could watch a couple tutorials and see if they are supplying the info you're looking for.

      Edit: another one. https://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/tu...k-illustration
      Gnomon, of course, I forgot they existed. Thanks for that. Not massively keen on the subscription model as my time is so limited, but I'll figure it out.
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