"Risograph printing originated in Japan in 1946, and is defined by vivid colors, a limited palette, and charming imperfections. Typically, it requires a special printer that layers one translucent color at a time. But freelance illustrator Asahi Nagata learned to mimic this retro print style using a modern approach in Adobe Photoshop. Now you can too, with her step-by-step tutorial, and a Creative Cloud library of brushes and textures to help you follow along." - Adobe Creative Cloud

I created the illustration below using Adobe Photoshop in order to make a step-by-step tutorial that shows how to mimic the Riso print effect in a digital illustration. 
Check out the entire tutorial and free texture brush to try out HERE

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