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A lot of folks link to this article, but it's actually been integrated into the lesson material itself as Page 4 of Lesson 0, along with a detailed video explaining our thinking. So, be sure to head on there to see our explanation as to why we feel approaching our work for this course in ink, rather than digitally or in pencil, is especially beneficial.

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Color and Light by James Gurney

Color and Light by James Gurney

Some of you may remember James Gurney's breathtaking work in the Dinotopia series. This is easily my favourite book on the topic of colour and light, and comes highly recommended by any artist worth their salt. While it speaks from the perspective of a traditional painter, the information in this book is invaluable for work in any medium.

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