Grab Wacom Illustration Video Tutorial, get Vinyl Record Mockup Templates Free

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If you’ve spent any time around here, you probably know about Jeff’s Wacom Illustration Video Tutorial. In this two hour voyeuristic walk through, Jeff shares his process from concept to final coloration & tweaking – and all the meaty hand illustration work in the middle.

Well, what he’s working on in that tutorial is a fictional album cover called “Beauty is a Black Hole”, and we ended up showing the final art mocked up on a vinyl record. In early 2010 when the tutorial was released we actually received quite a few messages from ya’ll asking about the record mockup. It wasn’t until a couple of weeks ago that all the Vinyl Record Mockup Templates were finished.

Buy Jeff’s Wacom Illustration Video Tutorial, get the Vinyl Record Mockup Templates Free

So I think these two tools go together nicely. If you have the guts & skill to make it all the way through the Wacom illustration video tutorial, then you damn well should be able to get the final satisfaction of seeing it mocked up in all its glory on a record sleeve. That’s why if you purchase the video tutorial between now and Friday November 19th, we’ll throw in the 11 Vinyl Record Mockup Templates below for free.

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There’s no coupon code necessary – just purchase the video tutorial, and the templates will be included.

If you’ve already purchased the video tutorial and would like the Vinyl Record Mockups too, email me with your order number and I’ll send you a discount code for 35% off.

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