Digital illustration is part of my work flow and illustration process. As a huge fan of ink pens and paper, I still do use analogue mediums as part of my artwork, including ink, watercolour, and gouache. However, there are certain occasions that require me to create digital artwork from A to Z. These include commissions for really large artwork that won’t work too well with scanned pen-and-ink line work. In this blog series, you’ll see timelapse videos and speed-painting recordings, featuring both personal work and commissioned artwork, as well as digital experiments that cover lettering, food illustration, travel illustration, and illustrated portraiture. Since pen-and-ink is my primary drawing tool, I am extremely sensitive to the feel and texture of digital tools. I sometimes create full artworks just to see how a certain digital brush that mimics ink pens will behave. Here is where you’ll find these experiments and more – so enjoy!