Analogue illustration, in its pure form, is a new-born passion of mine. When my illustration style started taking shape a couple of years ago, my illustration process was mainly about scanning my pen-and-ink line work, and then adding other scanned elements like watercolour and gouache, digitally. But over time I wanted to create full-fledged analogue illustration, from start to finish. I wanted to reach a point where pen-and-ink and watercolour – or other mediums like gouache, coloured pencils, and art markers – could live together on the same page, at the same time, with as minimal digital editing as possible. That’s how this blog series was born.