This is more of a layer build-up than actual work flow.
Process mutates for every piece, BUT:
When I know there will be overlapping layers that I’ll need to keep identifiable I try and play a long game. I thrive on organization despite being very haphazard w/ my linework and coloring. If there is one thing I would hand back to a younger me, it would be to familiarize and integrate into my work flow transparency lock/color holds. Everything else is gradient mapping, experimentation, and finding proper reference. Check that younger me, use reference for everything. Always. Even if you don’t end up using it directly. Use it.
I swear I find a new trick or shortcut or fun new accidental whatever in PS every week. There’s no wrong way to work!
This is really cool to watch, idk.
I’ve used a roller with safety yellow on concrete, and i’ll tell ya, this would not be easy in any sense, that’s some fucking skill to be that smooth
whaaaat… He made it stencil perfect
you can’t post any other version of pumpkin dance