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MSRP: $221 | Sale Price: $40 (81% off)
This 5-course bundle will introduce you to the world-renowned Adobe InDesign platform, through training that focuses on page design and layouts for both print and digital media. The lessons are all hands-on (meaning you'll be learning how to work within the InDesign program as you go), and there are plenty of helpful resources if you get lost along the way.
MSRP: $284 | Sale Price: $40 (85% off)
In this bundle, you'll learn everything you need to navigate the occasionally intimidating world of Adobe Illustrator. There are six courses and over 34 hours of expert-led content, and the lessons range from teaching you about everything from the absolute basics of digital illustration to the more complex elements of editing, lighting, contrast, and more.
MSRP: $617 | Sale Price: $29 (95% off)
Taught by an actual Hollywood VFX artist with years of experience, this 4-course bundle will help you master visual effects for movies in any genre. You'll receive a comprehensive guide to compositing for live-action films, eliminating inconsistencies with your edits, integrating a wide range of 2D editing tools into your productions, and much more.
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