Close up of one of the panels I posted yesterday which was done this last week. I wanted to show how far I've come working digitally. I resisted digital for a long time, trying to continue as a traditional paper and ink artist, but a project I started in 2016 opened my eyes that I needed to find a way to work faster and better. My old ways caused me delays and poor health working myself extra hard and getting little done. The cost of the ink/paper/pens/brushes were costing me as I was blowing through them and not getting the results I needed for the art. As much as I loved the traditional ways, I'm glad I did make the jump when it comes to comic books/graphic novels. I can tinker without using up valuable resources, I can make mistakes without losing an entire page of work. The project that changed my attitude is still in the works, this time I am converting it to digital and cleaning it up and in some cases redrawing faces and body positions, I'm able to make it truer to my original vision. Anyway, so this is 8 months progress in my digital art. This first panel I used a pencil drawing scanned into my computer as the base, and the last panel was from scratch totally drawn digitally.