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Episode 34 - Laura Martin: Comic Book Colorist, part 2

Laura Martin is an award-winning comic book colorist who has worked at Marvel, DC, WildStorm, CrossGen, and more. In this, part 2 of her interview with Pat, she talks about her coloring process and how it has changed over the years. **[](** **People** - [Lee Loughridge]( - [Matt Hollingsworth]( - [Trish Mulvihill]( - [Joe Chiodo]( - [Brian Hitch]( - [Bryan haberlin]( - [Bryan Miller]( - [John Rauch]( **Companies** - [Image Comics]( - [WildStorm]( - [CrossGen]( **Other** - [Ruby Lith (wikipedia)]( - [RGB vs CMYK]( - [Wacom Cintiq]( - [Comics Experience]( - [The DC Comics Guide to Coloring and Lettering Comics (book)]( Audio Editing by [Adam Greenlee](
- "When the Marvel [Comics] guys broke off and formed Image [Comics] they really wanted to embrace digital coloring in its nascent form, and develop it from there." ~ Laura Martin - "At Wild Storm [Comics] we always called it 'Cut-and-Grad'! Just Cut-and-Grad the shit out of it!' It became a very fast way of [applying color to comic pages]." ~ Laura Martin
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