Laws Of Color Release their new course: “Photoshop Ultra Premium Bundle (Photoshop Edition)”

Laws Of Color, the online digital painting course website has just released its new course: “Photoshop Ultra Premium Bundle (Photoshop Edition),” which contains Laws of Color video series one and the Laws of Color video series 2. Laws of Colour is a digital painting website created by the painter, author, and instructor Chris Legaspi with work featured in New Masters Academy, Exposé 10, and many more highly regarded places.

The New Photoshop Course

The Laws of Color new course contains Volume 1 + Volume 2 (great value), and this new course will allow students to learn how to mix and control multiple colors and paint with greater confidence. The digital drawing website suggests that if you’re new to digital painting and are struggling with color, this is the perfect course for you.

For those wondering about the level of difficulty, and if this course is suitable for them, well, this course is designed for intermediate level drawing students who are beginners at color. For more information about this, all details are outlined on the homepage of the digital painting website.

Laws of Colour also clarify for those wondering if this new course is only for photoshop users, and does it work fine, for example, with procreate. The digital painting website states that the new course is primarily a color course. Therefore, color and painting principles apply to all digital painting apps, including procreate, this includes some of the same techniques like masking, custom brushes, etc.

If you’re interested in drawing in Photoshop or painting like a ‘color expert,’ do not delay and visit the Laws of Color website. Avail of over 4 hours of HD content with step by step instructions by an instructor with over 20 years of experience, no subscriptions just a one-time fee of $99 and you can view everything online with immediate downloads.

Digital Painting

According to Laws of Color, ‘if you love to paint portraits, draw characters or create fantasy environments, painting digitally is a lot of fun.’ However, color is the most challenging aspect for digital artists. That’s why the digital painting website has released this new course to help all the digital artists out there.

This website is also the ideal place for anyone who has been drawing and painting in Photoshop or other painting software for a while. Even if you’re experienced in working digitally, yet feel unsure about the color, Laws of Color have you covered. With this new course, you will have the tools and information to begin painting in color and improve your color skills effectively and become a professional painter.

You’ll also have the opportunity to learn special techniques and be able to use color in your digital paintings, illustrations, and digital artwork.

All details about the new Laws of Color course are available on their website. There’s also a bonus content section with Photoshop bonus features such as homework and exercise guides, demonstrations, and videos.

More information

Laws of Color is such a valuable website for digital artists, and they even have a useful article about the five tips for a better skin color palette. This article teaches artists how to see color and shows you a process for making your skin color palette.

Contact Laws of Color today if you’re interested in the new course, please do not hesitate to send an email to info@lawsofcolor.com or check out The Laws of Color 60 second video trailer on their website featuring the first and only premium color course at lawsofcolor.com.

Source: https://thenewsfront.com/laws-of-color-release-their-new-course-photoshop-ultra-premium-bundle-photoshop-edition/

About Laws Of Color

Having studied with many great artists including Steve Huston, Mark Westermoe, Nathan Fowkes, and Zhaoming Wu, Chris is on the path to becoming a world-class draftsman and painter.

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