Illustrate Color & Light II: Color | Denis Zilber | Skillshare
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12 Lessons (1h 3m)
    • 1. Introduction and class structure

    • 2. What does color of an object depend on?

    • 3. Playing with different lights

    • 4. Adding color to the scene

    • 5. Light intensity equals saturation

    • 6. Correct saturation example

    • 7. Adjusting saturation in the scene

    • 8. When it's too much light

    • 9. Making things really bright

    • 10. Adding glow to the scene

    • 11. Things to pay attention to

    • 12. More Creative Classes on Skillshare

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28 of 29 students recommend this class
This course describes very interesting concepts that will help you approach the task of giving color to any drawing. Very helpful!
Отличный курс! Спасибо, Денис! :)
Awesome !
Simply and clearly. Now I feel much more confident when working with color. Must watch! Спасибо, Денис Зильбер!
This class gives really valuable knowledges about color and light. It gave me an opportunity to achieve new level of my skill and get clear understanding of what i do. Denis is a gorgeous teacher!