Ribbon steps (sort of)1. Rough in red. I draw better roughs in red than any other colour. 2. Line art with textured brush3. ‘Mask’ the colour area so I won’t have to waste time trying to stay within the lines.4. Flat colours.5. Shadow layer. (Purple colour on multiply with opacity of 30% or so)6. Extras. Light gradient on skin, prosthetic leg details, etc.7. Coloured the line.8. Final touches. Subtle colour balance adjustment layer, blue exclusion layer at 3% opacity, and signature.

Ribbon steps (sort of)

1. Rough in red. I draw better roughs in red than any other colour. 

2. Line art with textured brush

3. ‘Mask’ the colour area so I won’t have to waste time trying to stay within the lines.

4. Flat colours.

5. Shadow layer. (Purple colour on multiply with opacity of 30% or so)

6. Extras. Light gradient on skin, prosthetic leg details, etc.

7. Coloured the line.

8. Final touches. Subtle colour balance adjustment layer, blue exclusion layer at 3% opacity, and signature.

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