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Don't know why, but I've always wanted to post that. Anywho… I just finished uploading a channel update video over on the Youtubes.
I'm pleased to announce that regular videos are returning next Friday (Feb. 6th), and will will mark the beginning of a new series of videos. 
Click here to watch it: [link]
Thanks for the continued support!
-Nathan

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Nathan Lumm
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
I've colored comics for Image, Marvel, DC and many others. I got burnt out for the longest time and have been working in the advertising industry for the last 10 years. It seems I'm slowly getting pulled back into comics with freelance gigs here and there, and it's actually fun again!

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ZethKeeper Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Nathan, can you do a video or give an advice about how to be fast? Sometimes I spend about 15 hours just for one page (both flats and rendering). How can I improve my coloring speed? Thanks!
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Faezal Featured By Owner May 21, 2016
Hi Nathan, 

I just watched your video on youtube about the comic book coloring tips and tricks Episode 2: Setting up your lineart. Slightly different from how I normally do coloring, but really helpful nonetheless. Thank you for sharing. I

f you don't mind me asking, assuming that you did the lineart manually and scanned the artwork using a scanner, could you share the setting (for the scans) that you normally used? For example, the scans resolution, color/grayscale/ or black and white, etc...

Thanks Nathan. Cheers!
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lummage Featured By Owner May 27, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
The art work that was used, in that video, was provided to me already scanned in by the artist. It's kind of difficult to do a video on scanning art work, as most scanners have their own drivers and interfaces. I do have a video planned for general things to watch out for though, so keep your eyes peeled for that. Thanks for watching!
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Faezal Featured By Owner May 28, 2016
Thank You. 
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THEONEAJMATRAUMA Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2016  Professional General Artist
alittle bit   late but happy birthday grand master :D i love youuuuu :D <3 youre epic
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bcboyer7 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2015
Hi Nathan,

I have posted this question in other posts but I am not sure I can find your reply.  But I know i can find your answer here.

I love the way you have set up your color pallett.  Have you explained how you went about that in another video?

BC
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lummage Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
It depends on what exactly you are talking about. Are you talking about picking the colors to put in my color palette, or using white blocks to separate colors? If it's the former, I do have a video on building a color palette. I don't have one for separating colors though. I'm going to add that to the list.
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spartan-locke Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2015   Traditional Artist
Happy Birthday!
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Tk88Mangaka Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2015   Digital Artist
happy birthday!
Thanks a lot for the tutorials,
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nfuenza Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014  Hobbyist
You are a genius! ;) thanks 4 the tutorials
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