Brian Miller

Comic Coloring Course launches on Patreon

Hi-Fi founders Brian Miller and Doctor Kristy Miller are taking their passion for art-education to the next level. Starting today their new Comic Coloring Course will be available online via Patreon. Patreon Members will be able to participate in live online classes and be able to rewatch the classes on-demand. Here is a glimpse at what Patreon members can expect from the course.

Live Sessions: Comic Coloring Course —  Learn COMIC COLORING in our virtual classroom!

  • Access to live Comic Coloring classes including Q&A with Brian & Doctor Kristy
  • Access to recordings of current and previous group classes for the calendar year
  • Class only community access
  • Most classes feature Adobe Photoshop. Some classes feature coloring on iPad with Procreate and other apps.


Monthly Videos — New videos released each month
Exclusive Content — Monthly videos are NOT available outside of Patreon
Roll Credits — Your name listed in the credits
ALL Video Library — Access to the entire video library including:

  • ALL monthly videos
  • ALL art commission videos
  • ALL Thursday Night Treasures videos with Brian & Doctor Kristy

Art Collector — Access to the entire art library including:

  • Monthly wallpapers
  • Top monthly commissions
  • Monthly layered PSD file
  • Monthly tools such as brushes, textures, color palettes, or other helpful add-ons.

Patreon VIP access — As part of the VIP community you gain access to community features including:

  • ALL votes and polls
  • ALL community art challenges
  • Sneak peeks at new art
  • Behind the scenes features
  • Early access to commissions
  • Early access to rare artist proof prints
  • Early access to new release art prints

Livestream — Access to Livestreams including:

  • Art commissions
  • TNT with Brian and Doctor Kristy
  • Additional bonus livestream events

The online Comic Coloring Course starts at just $25 per month for group classes. One-on-one mentoring is also available starting at $100 per month. Full details at the link below.

Join today! https://www.patreon.com/hificolor

Kubert School partners with Hi-Fi colour design

The Kubert School partners with Hi-Fi for Digital Coloring online studies program

UPDATE: New Summer Session added. Classes start June 3rd!

The Kubert School has teamed up with comic coloring studio Hi-Fi colour design to offer a new six-week online course aimed at those wanting to hone their comic book coloring skills.

“We are so proud and appreciate the incredible response to our Online Studies Program. These courses are being taught by some of the finest working professionals in the industry today,” says Anthony Marques, President of The Kubert School. “These are live and interactive, so the student gets the most of their time learning under our instructor’s guidance. The Kubert School, well known for its premiere curriculum in cartooning and graphic art, works tirelessly to ensure we bring the best education to everyone who enrolls in one of our courses.”

Founded 45 years ago by the legendary artist and creator, Joe Kubert, The Kubert School is committed to providing a personalized education that will stretch the limits of each student’s talents and potential.

This class takes place over six weeks, once a week, for a total of 6 sessions.

– SPRING SESSION: Mondays, April 20th – May 25th, 6:00pm – 7:30pm ET.

– SUMMER SESSION: Mondays, June 8th – July 13th, 6:00pm – 7:30pm ET.

To register for this classes, please visit Kubert Online Studies page and select DIGITAL COLORING
http://kubertschool.edu/art-programs/online-studies.html  
Space is limited.

Digital Coloring – Students develop their use of color, tools, and techniques geared towards the illustration and comic book markets. Utilizing Photoshop students will produce quality samples that will include a variety of covers and narrative art pages.
Software Required: Adobe Photoshop

Instructors: BRIAN & KRISTY MILLER

Brian & Kristy Miller are founders of the digital color studio Hi-Fi Colour Design. The team at Hi-Fi colors comics like The Flash, Aquaman, Doctor Who, Superman, Teen Titans, Harley Quinn, Scooby Apocalypse, and more. As the authors of several art-instruction books including; Hi-Fi Color for Comics, the creative duo is also focused on art education. They created Hi-Fi Academy as an outreach program where they visit schools and art galleries to share comic art education with the public. In addition to his work coloring comics, Brian is also a respected illustrator known for his work for Star Wars, The X-Files, Doctor Who, Rick & Morty, and Archer as well as his pop culture and gallery artwork. In addition to running Hi-Fi, Kristy is an anthropology/archaeology professor and will finish her PhD in education next month.

 

 

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Star Wars Artist BRIAN MILLER Returns to EPCOT International Festival of the Arts 2020

International Festival of the Arts returns to Epcot for its fourth sensational year and they are bringing back the STAR WARS gallery. You will find gourmet fare, musical and stage productions, and a variety of talented artist all around World Showcase. The International Festival of the Arts combines three things guests love most about theme park festivals for weekends filled with international cuisine, Disney-inspired art and Broadway performances.

Star Wars artist Brian Miller will be appearing Friday, February 14th – Monday, February 17th, at the STAR WARS pop-up gallery hosted by ACME Archives & Dark Ink Art. The STAR WARS gallery is located in EPCOT World Showcase between Italy and Germany. Look for NEW Star Wars illustrations by Brian Miller debuting during the festival. Brian will be signing and personalizing Star Wars artwork for guest and will be available to chat about his art style and techniques as well as sharing his love for Star Wars with you. Maybe you’ll even find those Droids you’ve been looking for.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Learn how the iPad is used to create comic books at San Diego Comic-Con 2019

Learn how the iPad is used to create comic books at San Diego Comic-Con and see comic book art pencils, inks, & colors come to life on the iPad!

The iPad has transformed the way you read comics but did you know you can create comic art on the iPad too? See a comic book character come to life as Hi-Fi’s Brian Miller (Doctor Who) and Kristy Miller (SpongeBob Comics) demonstrate step-by-step how to pencil, ink, and color comics on the iPad. Learn the basic tools and techniques including which apps and stylus pens work best and how you too can transform your iPad into a portable art studio. Q&A session.

San Diego Comic-Con International
Saturday July 20, 2019 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Room 2

NOTE: This panel is FREE to all SDCC attendees.

Fans are welcome to bring their own iPads too! Draw and paint with us live. We’ll be using the following apps: Sketchbook, Adobe Draw, Procreate and demoing a few others if time permits like Graphic, AnyFont, and Comic Book! All demos will be on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil but you can use any iPad, Android, or Windows tablet you like.

More info available from the official Comic-Con website: Creating Comic Art with the iPad

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Learn how comic books are colored at San Diego Comic-Con 2019

Learn how comic books are colored live with Hi-Fi’s Brian & Kristy Miller at San Diego Comic-Con.

Nearly every print and digital comic is in full color but do you know how your favorite comic books are colored? Learn about the creative art of comic book coloring as Hi-Fi’s Brian Miller (Justice League) and Kristy Miller (Femme Magnifique) demonstrate the step-by-step transformation of a comic book page from black and white to full color. Learn the basics of flatting, rendering, color holds, and special effects, along with top digital coloring tips. Q&A session.

San Diego Comic-Con International
Thursday July 18, 2019 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Room 11

NOTE: This panel is FREE to all SDCC attendees.

More info at the official Comic-Con website: How to color comics panel info

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Star Wars Artist BRIAN MILLER Returns to EPCOT International Festival of the Arts 2019

International Festival of the Arts returns to Epcot for its third sensational year and they are bringing back the STAR WARS gallery. You will find gourmet fare, musical and stage productions, and a variety of talented artist all around World Showcase. The International Festival of the Arts combines three things guests love most about theme park festivals for weekends filled with international cuisine, Disney-inspired art and Broadway performances.

Star Wars artist Brian Miller will be appearing Friday, February 15th – Monday, February 18th, at the STAR WARS pop-up gallery hosted by ACME Archives & Dark Ink Art. The STAR WARS gallery is located in EPCOT World Showcase between Italy and Germany. Look for NEW Star Wars illustrations by Brian Miller debuting during the festival. Brian will be signing and personalizing Star Wars artwork for guest and will be available to chat about his art style and techniques as well as sharing his love for Star Wars with you. Maybe you’ll even find those Droids you’ve been looking for.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi-Fi Celebrates 20 Years of Coloring Your Favorite Comic Books

In 1998 Hi-Fi could be found providing digital color for Independent comic books like Billy Tucci’s Shi and Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise. Within a few years Marvel Comics offered Hi-Fi the opportunity to color 5 pages of Rob Leifeld’s artwork in Cable #75 and the rest as they say is history. Over the past 20 years Hi-Fi has grown to provide color for every major comic book publisher along with color for video game companies, film studios, board game companies, toy companies, and other businesses and organizations looking for professional digital color to make their artwork look stunning in color.

According to Comic Book Database Hi-Fi has colored over 500 unique comic titles and thousands of individual issues. We’ve enjoyed coloring so many amazing comics but we haven’t outgrown our roots as we still routinely color comics for Billy Tucci and Terry Moore. We’d love to help you with your next project. Contact us today and let us show how easy and enjoyable it can be to work with Hi-Fi.

 

Minnesota Fan Fusion welcomes Hi-Fi

 




Meet Hi-Fi founders Brian & Kristy Miller at Minnesota Fan Fusion August 3-5 at the Saint Paul RiverCentre.

Find Hi-Fi at Booth No: 428, 430.

Minnesota Fan Fusion Welcomes Brian & Kristy Miller who are the founders of digital color studio Hi-Fi Colour Design. The team at Hi-Fi colors comics like Doctor Who, Supergirl, Harley Quinn, Batman VS. Superman, SpongeBob, and more. As the authors of several art-instruction books including; Hi-Fi Color for Comics, the creative duo is also focused on art education. They created Hi-Fi Academy as an outreach program where they visit schools and art galleries to share comic art education with the public. Hi-Fi Academy also offers three-day workshops for aspiring creators who want learn professional skills fast. In addition to his work coloring comics, Brian is also a respected illustrator known for his work for Star Wars, The X-Files, and Doctor Who as well as his pop culture and gallery artwork.

HOW TO COLOR COMICS PANEL:

Watch & learn how comic books are colored with Hi-Fi colour design’s Brian and Kristy Miller
Saturday 3-4 pm  — Room 4&5

Whether it is print or digital, comic books need color. But do you know HOW comic books are colored? Learn about the creative art of comic book coloring as Hi-Fi’s Brian Miller (The Flash) and Kristy Miller (Femme Magnifique) demonstrate the step-by-step transformation of a comic book page, from black and white to full color. Learn the basics of flatting, rendering, color holds, and special effects, along with top digital coloring tips.

More info at: minnesotafanfusion.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn how comic books are colored at San Diego Comic-Con 2018

Learn how comic books are colored live with Hi-Fi’s Brian & Kristy Miller at San Diego Comic-Con.

Nearly every print and digital comic is in full color but do you know how your favorite comic books are colored? Learn about the creative art of comic book coloring as Hi-Fi’s Brian Miller (The Flash) and Kristy Miller (Scooby Apocalypse) demonstrate the step-by-step transformation of a comic book page from black and white to full color. Learn the basics of flatting, rendering, color holds, and special effects, along with top digital coloring tips. Q&A session.

PLUS! A special sneak peek at Hi-Fi Academy Boot Camp 2018.

San Diego Comic-Con International
Thursday July 19, 2018 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Room 11

NOTE: This panel is FREE to all SDCC attendees.

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Learn how the iPad is used to create comic books at San Diego Comic-Con 2018

Learn how the iPad is used to create comic books at San Diego Comic-Con and see comic book art pencils, inks, & colors come to life on the iPad!

The iPad has transformed the way you read comics but did you know you can create comic art on the iPad too? See a comic book character come to life as Hi-Fi’s Brian Miller (Doctor Who) and Kristy Miller (SpongeBob Comics) demonstrate step-by-step how to pencil, ink, and color comics on the iPad. Learn the basic tools and techniques including which apps and stylus pens work best and how you too can transform your iPad into a portable art studio. Q&A session.

San Diego Comic-Con International
Friday July 20, 2018 4:00pm – 5:00pm
Room 11

NOTE: This panel is FREE to all SDCC attendees.

Fans are welcome to bring their own iPads too! Draw and paint with us live. We’ll be using the following apps: Sketchbook, Adobe Draw, Procreate and demoing a few others if time permits like Graphic, AnyFont, and Comic Book! All demos will be on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil but you can use any iPad, Android, or Windows tablet you like.

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