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You have 8 steps to drawing a single color illustration. Can you simply explain them?

[Rough sketch]

For a single illustration, the composition is very important. I have to think about what kind of illustration I want, and what kind of message I want to convey.

Because it's only a single illustration, from there the viewer will imagine what kind of scene or story is taking place, so I have to consider the composition and the characters' expressions.

(For example, "These two are in the helicopter's searchlight and are being chased across the rooftops...!" or "These two are heading to a formal party♪ They'll be drinking champagne♪")

There have been plenty of times when it took me several days to draw countless rough sketches until I made one that I liked (^^; If I don't decide the lines for inking during the rough sketch stage, I'll mess up later on.

[Underdrawing]

Once I've decided on the rough sketch, I take the paper that I'll do the coloring on and attach the rough sketch underneath, then use a light table to reproduce the drawing. However, even if I trace the illuminated image, I'll never get exactly the same drawing...

The characters' expressions that I've spent so much time deciding on will end up changing a little at this stage, so I make some minute adjustments while taking care to not damage the paper.

The paper I use is gentle and becomes fuzzy easily, so I have to be very mindful. That's because when you apply color ink to a damaged part, it won't turn out pretty.

There have often been times when the paper becomes fuzzy despite great effort. I'm the type who gets irritated easily, so I keep working hard at it so that it doesn't all go to waste. (^^;

This step generally takes half a day.

[Undercoat]

Next, I apply color using color ink. First, I generally start with the skin. I prepare a blend of about 4 or 5 color inks…...

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