The great Work in Comics shares a video from YouTube of colorist Brian Haberlin teaching not just how to use photoshop to color comics, but the thinking behind the use of those tools. ┬áIt’s been cultivated from classes he teaches on coloring and is fascinating and a great introduction to the world of digital coloring. […]

Jeff Smith is one of my personal favorites, in particular his work on Bone is at the top of my list of favorite books. So it was a great joy heading over to Scholastic’s site where they have a video of Jeff drawing a portrait of Bone as well as a little visit with colorist […]

Photoshop has become one of the primary tools in comic book coloring, although every artist uses it in a slightly different manner to achieve the look they want. Here artists Anna-Maria Jung talks about how she uses Photoshop to color her animation style artwork.

Every artist finds a slightly different set of tools to create their artwork. Here writer/artist Anna-Maria Jung talks about what tools she uses and how that has changed over the years.

The first time you are published is a great moment for any comics pro. Here writer/artist Anna-Maria Jung talks about the first time her work saw print and what that was like for her.