There’s not much to do a tutorial about since I do each one differently! Here’s a few tips I use though:
- Keep your coloring consistent. For me, this means coloring each cap individually. That way I can adjust the coloring in each cap to make sure thy all come out looking similarish in the end, coloring wise.
- Cap choice! Choose caps that have cool spacing or lighting or colors or movement. I personally absolutely loooooove negative space. I seriously live for negative space. So lots of my caps tend to reflect that. I’m also a sucker for motion caps and close-up caps. For each cap though, I try to have one or two colors the cap concentrates on. Like a mostly yellow cap, mostly blue cap, etc. This prevents the overall spam at the end from looking too messy, in my opinion.
- Cap arrangement. For me, this is really key. I try to mix my caps up, so that I don’t put two mainly yellow caps next to each other or two mainly white caps next to each other, etc. I also try I space out subjects, so I don’t have two face caps next to each other or two landscape caps, etc.
- Sharpening! I never, ever, ever, ever sharpen my capspams. Not even a little, not even once. I just leave them as they are. In my opinion, this creates a really clean, neat, smooth look.
That’s pretty much all I can think of! Hopefully this helps a little :)