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Intro to Digital Coloring Workshop, with Marissa Louise

August 8 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm PDT


This event is online only, you'll receive a link by email.

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Siren Nation, amplifying the voices of women in the arts for the past 15 years, is proud to present Siren Nation Speaks—a monthly online series of free arts workshops, talks, and performances.

On August 8, we’re excited to present a free “Intro to Digital Coloring” workshop!

Professional color artist Marissa Louise will teach an introduction to digital coloring, with a focus on graphic novels and comic books. She’ll cover some basic color theory, the difference between RGB and CMYK color, how contemporary colorists are now making comics, what tools to use, and the basics of printing.

Register on Eventbrite to get the Zoom link. Please bring your questions and tips to share!

Closed captioning will be provided on Zoom for accessibility.

Workshop Leader

Marissa Louise is an Oregon-based fine artist and colorist who has worked with Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse, and many other publishers. Her credits include titles such as Milk Wars, Grumble, Semiautomagic, Harley Quinn: The Animated Series, and the upcoming Black Manta. She’s spoken on panels at San Diego Comic-Con, Rose City Comic Con, and other conventions.

Trained in traditional media at Pratt Institute in New York, Marissa transitioned to coloring in 2012. She has organized multiple communities of colorists, the #ColoristJam online event, and safe entry-level networking events for comics creators. She also teaches youths in Portland how to make video games.

You can find Marissa’s articles on coloring at Women Write About Comics and follow her on Twitter at @marissadraws.

 

Event Location

This event is online only
You'll receive a link by email.

Organizer: Siren Nation
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