just adding some flat in preperation for the last phase of colouring, or as I call it, "the moment when everything goes wrong"
this may be a tricky part of the work, not for its complexity but because up to this moment every phase of the work is pretty instinctive, even the "inking" part; but putting down the flat the working chain its like if it block itself, all you have to do is fulling the various areas and chosing the colour, so it's very exahusting, for me at least, because it feel like something I'm forced to instead of something I want to do, and I'm not really good with imposed stuff, even when I'm the one whose impose myself something
a group of psychiatrist are studying this phenomenon and decided to call it the "wtf dude? syndrome" no cure founded up to this date
But that's why I'm trying to develop another tecnique who spares me from this phase, even though its safer this way: you just put down the flats and work on the levels above this one so that if you mess up something you can correct your work without redoing everything (but that's basic knowledge, so I guess that was not necessary)
I would LOVE to have your impression tips or such, so feel free to leave a comment, and if you have some time take a look to my gallery, I wuold much appreciate it