Here's a golden oldie from many MANY moons ago. Something I did as a scratch board illustration for U.S. News and World Report for an article on the bouncing bull market. I used to to a lot of my illustration work before I went digital as scratch board art. Working in this medium is opposite than working in than pen and ink in that you are scratching away darks and creating lighted areas as opposed to creating darks with a pen. I can still emulate the style digitally but there is something about the process of scratching away at the board as opposed to drawing on a Wacom tablet that feels so natural. But at the same time, I sure don't miss all the clay dust that would accumulate in my studio or my lungs for that matter, during the process.