It’s still running at the introductory rate of $49. That’s 15 comprehensive lessons with more coming soon at no additional cost. See the link above for details or visit learn.comiccolor.com for a free trial lesson on coloring with special effects!
Kurt is a seriously talented colorist, so if you want to learn how to color like he does I’d strongly consider signing up for his “Art of Coloring” classes.
#FCBD Reminder: Starting at midnight and running all day tomorrow (5/3), there will be links on all of my social media pages where you can dowload a free copy of my comic Head Lopper #1.
This is only tomorrow though so if you’re interested, don’t miss out.
Also, for those who enjoy issue 1, preorders for Head Lopper 2 will go live as well. Those books will start shipping in June.
Head Lopper is gooooooood.
At Milestone we didn’t do black comics. We did comic books that featured these characters with a point of view that was different. Until the creators who are doing stuff now step up and realize that [we’re missing that today], then you’re gonna be thrown these bones and you’re going to eagerly want to work on them and thinking you’re doing something. But you’re basically just colorizing characters. We come from such a great—just on the African American front—we come from such a great, diverse, rich culture that has accomplished so many things, it’s frustrating for me for people to be happy just doing black versions of the white characters. Let’s come up with something new and original.