Buy, Rent or Skip DC Comics Guide To Colioring and Lettering?

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DC Comics Guide To Coloring and Lettering

I am a colorist who is looking to expand into the other side of comic book creation and picked up DC Comics Guide To Coloring and Lettering for the sole purpose of bettering my skills as a Letterer. What happened while reading this book is that I learned some valuable tips and tricks for coloring as well with regards to printing and outputting files, as well as some practical coloring techniques that I had never even thought of.

Onto the Lettering section of the book, I learned more than I could have hoped for. They tackle both traditional hand drawn lettering as well as Computer Lettering. Having read the book, I came away with a lot more information than originally intended. I highly recommend this as a Buy for anyone looking to get into either Coloring or Lettering or both. It's definitely a book that you will want by your side should you ever run into problems or questions.
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