Most of my work is analog. I use actual paper, pens, pencils, water-colour and anything else I happen to have in my studio. Then I scan the image and work on it digitally in Photoshop, usually changing the color a bit or touching up small imperfections. The temptation is always there to overwork something and lose the authentic touch, so I often have to give myself internal time limits. I am fast and reliable, always meet my deadlines. Someday I might get a Wacom, but am afraid I may spend way too much time over-working images. Instead I’ll just keep on doing my “automatic drawing” –only without the blindfold.