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Master Colors Debuts Seven New Color Composition Tutorials

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Boulder, CO (June 11, 2008) - Master Colors LLC, provider of innovative digital imaging tools, today announces the debut of its new course of color composition tutorials. Each features a downloadable Photoshop template from the works the great 20th century colorists, Pierre Bonnard and Henri Matisse.  Free tutorials, templates and a demo of the HVC Color Composer plugin for Photoshop and InDesign can be downloaded from the Master Colors website. (www.master-colors.com)

Master Colors, the leader in color quantification technology, develops plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop and InDesign on both Mac and Windows platforms.  In much the same way as a musician works within harmonic scales so the artist can now compose, control and organize colors within harmonic color progressions organized at the fundamental level of HVC contrast.  

"Now this indispensable Photoshop plug-in is affordable to every artist who wishes to become a master of color" Says Neil Murphy, VP Sales & Marketing.   This new information enables the artist to work within harmonic structures into which their ideas, feelings and intuition can flow with spectacular and highly controlled results.

Master Colors' new color composition course is easy and fun to try, and takes you systematically through problems of flat graphic color design to highly complex painterly problems.

From the very first template lesson, using a wonderful design taken from Matisse's famous cutout series, the artist gains a level of control and virtuosity never before possible until Master Colors' HVC Color Composer became available. In the fifth tutorial, the artists can try to execute their own version of one of the great masterpieces of the 20th Century, The Almond Tree, by Bonnard.

At first this painting appears almost too complex to render in Photoshop. However, the tutorial breaks it down so that the artist can control the piece from beginning to end, while gaining mastery of various color composition techniques.
Master Colors' products have a try before you buy policy.  Individuals are encouraged to download a free trial version from the Master-Colors web site (www.master-colors.com)

Master Colors is offering the HVC Color Composer at a reduced price. The Standard version can now be purchased for only $29.95 (originally $49.95), and the Professional version for only $59.95 (originally $129.95).  Master Colors summer discount will be available through the July 4th 2008 weekend.

 

 

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