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      CommentAuthorSteve
    • CommentTimeJan 4th 2011
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    Okay, so I haven't been here much lately, but I figured this is the best place to ask for this.

    I'm currently teaching a graphic design class in the high school, and I'm doing a little bit on coloring, and different techniques. I need more examples. I know Templesmith has posted his process in the past, but I can't find it. I'd like as many different techniques as possible. I'm trying to show them that there are many ways of doing things.

    This one will be used for sure:
    http://grantgould.com/tutorial1.html
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      CommentAuthorarklight
    • CommentTimeJan 4th 2011
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    why is this forum reading my mind....lookee here..

    best colouring tutorial for pro-comics by a pro in my opinion.
    The colourist for Garth ennis's The Boys.This is part 3, go to the youtube page to see the other 2 parts...

    Colouring The Bboys issue 40 Part 3...






    Heri Mkocha

    ttp://www.youtube.com/thearklight
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      CommentAuthorm3t4lfi3nd
    • CommentTimeJan 4th 2011
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    Not sure this qualifies exactly as Photoshop, but I was watching what felt sorta a plug for a tablet/software by Frank Quitely last night *runs off to find link* but it reminded me of Photoshop, should at least be of interest in the world of digital manipulation in comic artistry.

    http://www.tcj.com/superhero/craft-of-comics-frank-quitely/
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    This is how our colorist Rocio Zucchi did issue 1 of Heist and I've incorporated it as my method for She's Famous Now. Not sure if the new colorist, Franco, has a different process but it looks to be similar.

    Rocio Zucchi coloring tutorial