Peachpit Photoshop LAB Color By Dan Margulis-NoPE

Peachpit Photoshop LAB Color By Dan Margulis-NoPE
English | Size: 239 MB
Category: Tutorial

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Lynda – Color for Video Editors

Lynda – Color for Video Editors
English | Size: 2.3GB
Category: Tutorial

Interested in learning more about color correction? In this course, colorist Robbie Carman provides editors and those new to working with color with practical strategies that can help them simplify color correction tasks for nearly any project. Robbie provides crucial information about how people really see and why one’s environment plays an important role in successful color correction. He also discusses how to technically and creatively evaluate footage and projects, manage time and effort while color correcting, break down a project into manageable steps, and more. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Color Workflows in NUKE

Pluralsight – Color Workflows in NUKE
English | Size: 419.5MB
Category: Tutorial

NUKE’s linear light workflow handles all of the unique ways that sources deal with color in a seamless fashion. This course, Color Workflows in NUKE, will introduce you to the fundamentals of color spaces in NUKE. First, you’ll start with discovering how to use the grade node effectively and do basic color correction. Next, you are going explore the other color correct nodes that are most commonly used, such as the hue-correct, color lookup, and color correct nodes. Finally, you will go over a rough composite using some green-screen elements over a basic background before finishing with some CG elements in their various layers and how they can be composited over a background. By the end of this course, you’ll have a full, comprehensive understanding of color and how things go together. Software required: NUKE 10. [Read more…]

Skillshare – Color Workshop – The Basics for Artists and Illustrators with Gabrielle DeCesaris

Skillshare – Color Workshop – The Basics for Artists and Illustrators with Gabrielle DeCesaris
English | Size: 120.8MB
Category: Tutorial

Learn how to bring your art and illustrations to life with the power of color! In this class, Gabrielle breaks down color into it’s most basic properties, making this complex element of design immediately easier to tackle!

Learn color tricks, all about color schemes, and how to create your own inspiring color palettes. Gabrielle will also explain how colors relate to emotions and moods, and how these ideas can be used in story telling. Lastly, Gabrielle will share practical tips, as well as tried and true principles that will help you effectively use color to enhance the beauty of your compositions. [Read more…]

Gumroad- Yu Cheng Hong – Medieval Building Color Render

Gumroad- Yu Cheng Hong – Medieval Building Color Render
English | Size: 716.8MB
Category: Tutorial

This package includes:

**This tutorial is not include line art process**

-One 1920X1160 videos (mp4 format) ( 2hr12mins ) with full English commentary audio

In this video , I will demonstrate the coloring and rendering technique.
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Gumroad – Yu Cheng Hong – Character Color Scheme

Gumroad – Yu Cheng Hong – Character Color Scheme
English | Size: 1.2GB
Category: Tutorial

Design the color palette from color wheel
How to choice color and place color in better proportion
Value design

-5 HiRes JPG file ( 3600 Height X 3000 Width ,300DPI)

-1 HiRes PSD source file (3600 Height X 3000 Width ,300DPI)

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Peachpit Photoshop LAB Color By Dan Margulis-NoPE

Peachpit Photoshop LAB Color By Dan Margulis-NoPE
English | Size: 239 MB
Category: CBTs

With a mantra like “There are no bad originals, only bad Photoshop operators,” you know best-selling author Dan Margulis is serious about exposing people to the magic of Photoshop. Nowhere is that magic more apparent than in its LAB color processing capabilities, which can make even the subtle canyon colors of rock, sand, and dirt come to vivid life. However, you may be wary of taming the complex beast. Here’s your guide! In these pages, Dan shows that you can derive enormous benefits from just a few simple tools and techniques.
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Color Management A Comprehensive Guide for Graphic Designers

Color Management: A Comprehensive Guide for Graphic Designers
English | Size: 166 MB
Category: Tutorial

Color Management shows how to implement color as a practical form of problem solving. It is a consolidated resource, arming designers with an understanding of how to communicate with and manage color in all its aspects and applications; subtractive and additive; pigment, CMYK and RGB; 2-D and 3-D; still and motion. Sensitivity of pigments to light and air and the stability of inks are also detailed, as is the human factor, through issues of color legibility and the physical and psychological effects of color. In its depth and breadth, it is a unique body of information. [Read more…]

CreativeLIVE Transform Your Images with Color Grading – Lindsay Adler

CreativeLIVE Transform Your Images with Color Grading – Lindsay Adler
English | Size: 1.7GB
Category: CBTs

Often you’d be quite surprised what a magazine or editorial portrait looks like before Photoshop. No, it’s not about changing the skin or body– it’s about the tones and colors. In this segment we will begin by creating some timeless imagery using simple sets and lighting setups. Then, we will crank our creativity up a few notches by exploring color grading in Photoshop┬«. You’ll learn several approaches and tools to create drastically different emotional responses to your portraits using selective color, split toning, plug-ins and more! There are many ways you can transform the look of your images for a drastically different feel. Join Lindsay Adler as she shoots a series of standard but beautiful portraits and then transforms them in Photoshop.
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Gnomon Color Theory The Mechanics Of Color-iNKiSO

Gnomon Color Theory The Mechanics Of Color-iNKiSO
English | Size: 318 MB
Category: Tutorial

Richard Keyes graduated from Art Center College of Design with a graphic design degree in 1987. After working in Palo Alto, California, designing corporate I.D. and annual reports, he returned to Southern California to work in a variety of studios before choosing a freelance career. As an independent designer Richard has worked for clients as diverse as Warner Brothers Records, Guess Jeans, the Los Angeles Housing Department and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. As a color consultant, his clients include Empire Berol, BIC and Avery Dennison. His teaching career started in 1988, with graphic design classes at Cal State L.A. Since then Richard has also taught at Valley Community College, UCLA Extension and has been teaching at Art Center College of Design since 1990, specializing in color theory, graphic design and narrative structure. Richard also teaches a workshop at Disney Studios. [Read more…]