Ahhhh I'm super late posting this but here is a new batch of babs! I hope you like, was trying out vibrant palettes paired with muted/dark colors
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Hi! I do erase my lines to fix up crooked lines, but I generally don't draw my lines thicker than they appear - I find it helps to zoom out for long lines (like for the legs or cape), and zoom in for details! I also tend to use a softer and slightly textured brush rather than a more solid one.
I usually start with a multiply layer over top the flats and then erase away the light. I then add another multiply layer to dab in some spots in the darkest areas to add contrast, and then finally an overlay layer for highlights! If you need help knowing where/how lighting works, looking at reference photos or creating your own helps greatly! For me personally I feel contrast helps a lot! I usually give more light/contrast to the head/chest area and darken the legs.