UPDATE! I added some textures and some atmospheric colors. I wanted it to be a bit darker and gritty because it's a bad guy hand out.
So, I got a nock off brand of a Wacom Cintiq a few months ago. A computer screen that you can draw directly on. I'll be honest I've been wanting to draw an image completely in digital form, from sketch to finish, for a while now. But I was so scared or stressed about making one that I never did. This may come to you guys as a surprise, but when I think of doing a new comic book page, drawing something new, or drawing in some new way I become very anxious to the point that I put things off until I can't anymore. I am not sure why I have this anxiety, maybe I am afraid the picture won't turn out very good, or I'm afraid the finished piece won't be as good as I wanted it to be and the whole thing will have been a waste of time, or I just won't be able to do some type of technique correctly or something won't look the way it should. But no matter what I struggle with this anxiety in my art, but it is usually only at the beginning of the piece I am doing. Like a voice telling me you might as well not start drawing this or doing this because it will stink, so I don't. But when I start drawing and get further and further in the piece I feel less and less stress. WELL, sorry, I'm rambling. So because of this anxiety I put off drawing a completely digital piece until one day my younger brother came over and I let him try out my drawing screen. He started sketching out a superhero and I was like that looks fun and not stressful at all. So I decided to give it a try. I started with Kios, the guy in the middle, and thats all it was going to be, but then i thought it would be cool if he landed on the center of the bag guys table when they were having a meeting. So the sketch kept getting bigger and bigger. I drew the hand in front an the table, then the two bad guys at the table, then Kios' allies coming in the window. Let me tell you something sketching digitally is sweet. You are able select characters and transform them and that is so much more helpful then having to erase and redraw the whole thing on paper. It did end up taking longer then traditional drawing but I'm pretty sure it's because I'm just getting acclimated, but this is my first completely digital piece. I actually used three different programs to make this, Photoshop CS3, SketchBook Pro, and Manga Studio 5 Ex. I use photoshop to color my pictures all the time, but I knew nothing about, SketchBook and Manga Studio. So they took some getting used to. I think I like Manga studio the Best for drawing and finished lines, but Sketchbook is also nice, I really like the french curve tools. It just wasn't enough like Photoshop for me and was missing features I wanted. I hope you guys like this pic, sorry for venting, but I think this is the first time I have ever shared my drawing anxiety. God Bless you guys.