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  • Digital designers are in high demand as companies must compete to stand out.
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Having a vision is the first step toward bringing it to life. Learning the skills and software necessary for translating that vision to the screen requires practice and determination more than inherent art skills. And once you get the hang of the software, your journey to a career in design begins.

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  • Two hours of lessons on turning your paper drawings into beautiful digital art, where you'll learn to do the Overshoot Technique, in which you color your artwork with fine lines and add shadows.

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