|What part of your work do you do on paper and what part digitally?
The initial black outline sketches I do by hand, I could never go straight to a computer and work.
These days I generally work all digital. Sketches in Sketchbook Pro, inks in Manga Studio, colors in Photoshop or Manga Studio.
I do drawing on paper and publish it digitally using Photoshop.
Everything starts out on paper for me. EVERYTHING. I cant draw digitally, at least not as good. I have that old habit of rotating the paper as I draw. I have been using the digital to free up the illustration process a bit. I cut and paste, warp, color, fix inking mistakes, transform my pencils so I don't have to redraw everything a million times to get it right. Usually what is drawn and the digital final product are quite different.
My characters are hand-drawn on blank pieces of paper. I also draw some of the background images such as buildings and skyscrapers. Everything is colored in digitally, via Photoshop.
I do all my sketches and pen work on paper. After I scan that in I do the color.
Depends on what I have to do. It varies a lot, I work digitally as much as I work traditionally.
I just upload more of my digital stuff to my gallery because I don't have yet a good scanner able to scan all the hues in my traditional pictures.
I work almost exclusively digitally, only using old fashioned paper for the rough stages, the free flowing and thinking stages.
I do my drawn abstracts and thumbnail planning on paper, and I do most of my compositions and final outcomes on Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop
I do all of my sketching on cheap copier paper but everything else is done in Adobe Illustrator.
I sketch in note books and sketch pads, then draw the finished item in Indian ink on watercolour paper. This is followed by watercolour. Then I have them photographed with a hi-end Hasselblad digital camera. I usually use Photoshop to clean up any pencil marks and check the colour balance with the original, before they are reproduced as Giclée prints (http://gicleeprint.net/abtGclee.shtm).
I do the sketch in pencil and the ink, then I scan it and apply the color digitally.
I'm semi-digitalist, or semi-traditionalist, the way you prefer to see it.
The thumbnail "idea-generation" phase and the sketch phase are done on paper and then the rest of the finished work is done digitally.
I brainstorm on paper. Make lots of small roughs on paper. Then I draw on he computer. I don't use a scanner like I hear other artists talk about. I've never owned one. I just draw it on the computer.
Most is on paper.
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