(The bottom image of the first link is the style I decided to go with as digital is kind of hard for me to add in small details, even when I am going over my pencils).
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also with the style you draw the ink version, it feels like it would work better, but there is also the question of your character design and your intended use.
with the ink version, you may want to add some shadow as well, which I'm sure you have already thought about!
Here's three color schemes (not within the lines very well) that are examples of what I'm talking about:
Complimentary (mostly purple, with yellows as the accent/contrast)
You can still have a color scheme that comes off as bright, but this only has a total of 7 colors, and they're all purple or yellow, and none of them are saturated 100%!
Monochrome, full contrast:
this covers a range of light and dark (full black in the lines, dark grey to pure white in color) but in a single color.
Mostly white, still giving that paper color, but with just a hint of light blue to indicate shadow or darker objects. This helps maintain that paper-feel, more like you took that ink drawing on a piece of paper and just colored it in with a highlighter a little.
Depending on what mood you want, any of these can work. I still think you could stick with black and white though!
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