Master Digital Color: Styles Tools Techniques

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F+W Media, Apr 13, 2010 - Art - 176 pages
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Color Like a Master. Discover the secrets behind some of today's coolest color styles. Building on the basics presented in their first book, Hi-Fi Color for Comics, industry veterans Brian and Kristy Miller help you move forward on your creative color journey. Master Digital Color teaches you how to emulate the looks of classic Saturday morning cartoons, vintage pin-up art and pulp-fiction covers, science-fiction flicks and other cool styles. You'll find everything you need to take your coloring to the next level: 6 distinct coloring styles: classic animation, superhero, pin-up, sci-fi, manga and alternative 18 step-by-step tutorial projects featuring contributions from some of today's top talents in the comic industry 12 "challenge" assignments to take your new color know-how even further Use the power tips and expert techniques inside to tweak your skills, expand your repertoire, and get spectacular, professional-quality results! Please note that the Bonus CD is not included with the digital version of this book.

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Brian D. Miller is an award-winning designer and lecturer who specializes in branding and Web design and development. His experience ranges from being the in-house creative director of Gartner Inc.--a $1 billion consulting firm--to principal design director of the Brian Miller Design Group. His clients include GE, NBC Universal, Delta Airlines, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, BMW, A&E Television, and Unilever. Brian's work has been featured in the pages of "Print Magazine" and numerous awards annuals including the New York Festivals. His design work has also been honored by the Effi Awards, MIXX Awards (Gold), Stevies (Best Rich Media Online Ad Campaign), Connecticut Art DIrectors Club, Connecticut Advertisers Club, London International Awards and the ACE Awards.

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