Something a little different, this was created to experiment with the new Adobe app Capture, which combines Adobe Shape, Color and Brush with another capability - Looks. The idea was to use most of the features in a piece that showed how easy it was to use this app and integrate it with desktop apps through Creative Cloud libraries. Because of Brush I took the extra step of taking the vector image I created in Adobe Draw - into Photoshop. Little different look for me but still feels like my style.
It was included as part of the re-brand of Adobe's Inspire Magazine to Create, a beautiful new publication that celebrates creators of all types. You can read the article and even download the library here.
I used the shape feature in Capture to create a bunch of stampable vector pieces to work into the overall illustration that was created in Adobe Draw. With CC libraries the stamps were available under the shape dropdown.
I also integrated color themes I made using Capture both in Adobe Draw and when I got to desktop applications.
Once I exported to Illustrator, I copied each layer into Photoshop and then starting using Brushes i created at the flea market, available right in the library window, to start painting details in and around the linework from Draw.