I'm wondering if there is any way to draw an image in Photoshop and place it into Illustrator in a way that allows for modification of the original raster (in PS) to update the Illustrator live trace of said image.
My goal is to be able to make edits to the image in its raster form and have Illustrator trace it real time (or near real time, I wouldn't mind having to re-save the PS file for the changes to take place).
In this (potentially hypothetical) scenario, each layer of the original PS file would be traced on their own layers in Illustrator according to the values I would have set for each instance of tracing.
I'm open to suggestions that would accomplish the same goal via alternative means; my main goal is be able to draw something (preferably in PS) and have it turn into a vector that can be modified via altercation to the original raster, in order to quickly see the modifications in vector form.
Currently I'm drawing in Photoshop, placing the file into Illustrator, then vectorizing the image upon each placement (meaning I'm repeatedly setting the trace values for each and every modification on a project that has many layers and many iterations, which seems wasteful).
I welcome any suggestion that would help me cut out some steps. Thanks!