>> UNIT ONE COMING 1ST JANUARY 2020 <<
Improve your illustration colouring skills
Finding your colouring style and learn techniques to adapt it accordingly.
Earn a living doing what you love
Learn how to price your artwork for conventions, commission artwork prices and attract the right customers that will pay for your work.
Grow your audience
Learn how to increase your exposure and build a following for your work.
Always stay on top of the game
The learn colouring course is continuously updated with best practices and new tutorials based on YOUR input. I’m constantly reading student emails that explain what they struggle with most and as a result I update the course monthly.
Real Results Fast
When I first started outI didn’t have much of an idea about colouring. Sure, I knew how to create decent sketches and interesting compositions yet my colours ended up looking flat and lifeless.
I bought TONNES of colour theory books, tried multiple mediums and read many articles but nothing clicked. They all seemed to be saying the same thing, yet I could never get my artwork to look as awesome as theirs.
I don’t want you to go through the same thing. That’s why I’ve created this course. In this course I cut out all the nonsense and focus solely on the relevant information that will help you become a better colourer.
What supplies do I need for the Learn Colouring course?
Paper (I recommend 220gsm thickness), pencil and anything you can use to colour. A cheap way to start is a 72 pack of coloured pencils.
I will alternate between copic markers, coloured pencils, watercolour pencils, watercolour, acrylic, oils and a digital tablet (using primarily Photoshop) throughout this course in order to provide a vast array of learning for a multitude of mediums.
Learn Colouring Course Outline
Choose the units you want to take
To get the most out of the lessons provided I recommend purchasing the whole course. However, units are available to purchase individually. If you’re not purchasing the course as a whole I recommend buying the Colouring Basics Unit and pairing it with the units you are keen on. I reference back to Colouring Basics 101 throughout the course. As a result it is essential you know what I’m talking about.
1. Creating your brand name
2. Pricing convention artwork
3. Pricing commission work
4. Creating an online presence
5. Attracting the right customers
Colouring Basics 101
1. Colour Families (The Colour Wheel)
2. Warm vs Cool Colours
3. Colour Value: Shades, Tints and Tones
4. Colour Saturation
5. Bringing it all Together