True Grit: Handmade Textures & Halftones

True Grit: Handmade Textures & Halftones

17.11.15

Art, Education, Illustration

Andrew Fairclough of Kindred Studio has just completed his first Skillshare class. TRUE GRIT: Handmade Textures & Halftones for Illustrators & Designers is an exciting opportunity to learn about Andrew's techniques for creating textures and halftones through a range of techniques.

We are super excited to give 3 Infront readers the opportunity to do this for free. The first 3 people to comment on this post and tell us why they should win this will be sent a free enrolment prize.

More Info: http://skl.sh/1MGoNCB

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  • zannstpierre 17th November 2015 @ 11.30 AM

    Bumping this into the forum.

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  • Bjarni 17th November 2015 @ 1.13 PM

    I should win because Im a fan of handmade textures and halftones.

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  • Bjarni 17th November 2015 @ 1.13 PM

    What he said above, cant delete post. opps.

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  • Terry 17th November 2015 @ 2.31 PM

    Andrew is a talented individual and im keen to see him present his process :)

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  • Tentikewl 17th November 2015 @ 3.15 PM

    I'm keen to learn about your process!

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  • jamesb 17th November 2015 @ 6.48 PM

    dammit, just missed out!

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  • jomapi 18th November 2015 @ 8.37 AM

    Damn.

    Mind you, Skillshare looks awesome!
    Anyone here used it?

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  • dave 18th November 2015 @ 9.26 AM

    If I delete the posts above me can I win?? :p

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  • jomapi 19th November 2015 @ 9.36 AM

    As long as you delete the posts above mine. :)

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  • zannstpierre 20th November 2015 @ 12.37 PM

    Thanks guys, you will be emailed shortly.

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  • AdamDesigns 26th November 2015 @ 7.28 PM

    Those are some beautifully textured and illustrated images on the site... far freaking out.

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  • jomapi 04th December 2015 @ 10.04 AM

    Hey @Zannstpierre, your advertising works.
    I missed out on the freebie but ended up signing up and doing this course.

    End result:

    It was great fun!

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