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i send those to Jim and he looks at them and either chooses one specifically or converses with me about mixing and matching something from one to thumbnail to another. we normally focus on the main aspects of the illustration, such as composition, framing, model's pose and general props (gum instead of a cigarette, small gun instead of a big knife, etc.) SO... once this conversation goes... i take a sheet of paper (regular typing paper, usually; UNLESS i know i'm gonna use a crow quill, then i go for bristol paper, because nibs will rip regular typing paper... but.. i kinda really like working on regular typing paper for the practicality of it.) SO... i take a sheet of paper and i do the pencil drawing and then i ink it. so it looks like this...