Image of the day: Buffering by Marco Bevilacqua

Computer Arts: What's the creative process like for you?
Marco Bevilacqua:
The creative process will always just start with a few very rough doodles and sketches – stick men and incomprehensible scribbles. But when I've got a good idea about the composition I'll then set about doing the proper drawings. This is always the stage that takes longest – taking my time and getting a decent drawing that I'm happy with.

What can be challenging is maintaining a realistic and consistent style of drawing after a few jobs in a row. Your patience starts to go and it can be easy to get frustrated and allow mistakes to creep into my work. But you learn to take a step back and just concentrate again. After that it's scan-and-tidy-up time in Photoshop, before putting together the finished piece, again in Photoshop.

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