#Coloring Book Design Accelerator – This training helps #coloring book authors step up their game and start producing more creative coloring book line-art, by taking advantage of a vast supply of millions of public domain illustrations. Not only do I show where to get the public domain content, but I demonstrate how to extract a single design element from a larger illustration quickly and easily.
In this training, I show people how to find millions of Public Domain illustrations they can use to design their coloring book pages, then I show them how to use the free software Paint Dot Net to extract a design element from the original image and convert that to a line-art illustration for their coloring book page.
Once a public domain image is acquired, using the technique described, your customers will be able to extract a single element from the public domain illustration and convert it to black-and-white line art in just 8 easy steps.
Also included in this training is links to several websites that archive millions of public domain images, and it links to two additional #videos that show people how to upload their new coloring books to Createspace.
Main Offer “Coloring Book Design Accelerator” — This contains a 16-page PDF, which also links to three videos.
The first video shows how to use the free software Paint Dot Net to extract a design element from a public domain illustration and how to convert it to black-and-white line-art in 8 easy steps.
The remaining videos are focused on how to choose a page size and get a pre-formatted template from Createspace, then how to upload a book manuscript to Createspace to set up a Print-On-Demand book to be sold on Amazon.
OTO #1 “Coloring Book Design Accelerator Advanced Training”– The main training will help people convert 80% to 90% of public domain images to line-art in just 8 easy steps.
However, low-quality images are much harder to adapt using the primary method described in the main offer. With this training, I demonstrate to customers how to take advantage of an additional Paint Dot Net tool to be able to increase the usability of public domain images to 100% of what they want to use.
There are two videos in this package.
The first video is 28 minutes and it focuses on how to convert those low-quality public domain images into black-and-white line art.
The second video is 14 minutes 10 seconds, and it focuses on working with layers, and it introduces a new method to add more unique elements to their coloring book page design.
OTO #2 “Coloring Book #PLR Background Patterns 100-Count” — These are 2100px by 2800px PLR background patterns that people can use to spice up their coloring book page designs.
OTO #3 “Coloring Book PLR Background Patterns 400-Count” — These are 2100px by 2800px PLR background patterns that people can use to spice up their coloring book page designs.