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Comic Book Coloring 101

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The first thing any colorist needs when working is something to color. Obviously. So I've selected a Batman / Captain America pic illustrated by George Perez. One of the best pieces of advice I can give when you're first starting out is to color artwork by someone who knows what they're doing. Coloring your friend's crappy artwork, complete with bad anatomy, isn't going to do you any favors at all. So I would strongly urge you to stick to pro-level work until you have a good grasp on what you're doing.

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Thank you VERY much, Ross, for allowing me to publish this on Earth-2.net. It's an excellent tutorial, and if you ever feel like writing another (or updating this one), you're more than welcome to do so.

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That Ross sure is a swell guy... :blush:

I'm sure I'll do another one some day. Unfortunately (or, thankfully, if you're looking at it from my bank accounts perspective), I'm hip deep in some other coloring work for the time being. In a month or two, I might be able to work something else up. Until then, if anyone has any questions or suggestions, please feel free to let me know.

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