Step 11 To give the cream colouring the same fluidity as the line work itself, use your brush pen. First establish which areas are to be highlighted using Photoshop’s Lasso tools. To do this, select these areas, create a new layer (name it ‘Cream’) and fill it with a cream colour using a ‘Colour Overlay’ layer style. Print out the image to trace the area that is to be highlighted, using the same brush pen. You can colour the strokes cream later.
Step 12 Using tracing paper and the black Brush Pen, trace in the area of Cream highlights, as with the line work. Remember to give the lines nice flow and energy, so they appear a similar style to the lines themselves.
Once all the cream areas are covered with black ink, scan it in and clean it up using the Dodge tool and the Levels command.
Step 13 Once again, double-click on the ‘Artwork’ layer to open the Layer Style dialog. Using the This Layer: gradient slider, remove the white from the image. Hit OK. Create a new layer and merge the two together. You can now apply a cream ‘Color Overlay’ to this layer.