The title says it all! (at least most of it)
If you're interested in creating comics, you may eventually want to learn how to color them. I noticed that there are not a lot of videos on YouTube on the details of flatting, so I put together this tutorial. This particular tutorial is geared towards people who want to work in a studio style environment - where a colorist may hire a "flatter" to fill in their pages prior to them adding shading, highlights and adjusting colors. I have flatted for a number of artists and it's very important that it is done correctly. Over the years, I have also hired flatters and sometimes I received flats that ended up being more trouble than they were worth.
"But, Jason, I just want to do all of my artwork on my iPad!"
That is awesome. The iPad and other digital devices are amazing tools to create content on and I would never discourage you from doing so. This tutorial may not be for you. Maybe in the future I'll get an iPad and do some tutorials. Only time will tell. Right now, I'm just trying to help new comic creators get their feet wet. Be sure to leave comments to let me know what you'd like to see or if you have any questions. If you find the information useful, PLEASE hit that like button. Be well and thank you!
Stay tuned for the next video in this series. Cell Shading