And thanks for this course. I was talking to my girlfriend now, because last year she had a project of a mural that was kinda based on this sort of graphics, and back then she couldn't figure out a simple way to do this layered paper effect.
I showed her my result, she asked me to tell her, in the fewest words I could, what was the process, and I was able to do that, which demonstrates how easy to grasp it is. In a minute she was like "that's cool, I wish I new this a year ago."
So here's my result. I liked the tutorial, I liked your enthusiasm and how simple you make things look :)
Still thinking on how I could apply this to typography, lettering,calligraphy and illustration.
Looking forward to your other courses :D
Thank you and see you around!
This is the original illustrator work.
Then I exported it and added some texture and some bling in PS.