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A few of these are done with traditional media. Usually acrylic paint, Dr. Martin's dyes, colored pencil, or a combination of those media on illustration board or Herculene drafting film. Why drafting film? Because I could tape the sketch for the painting on the back of the drafting film, and see it through the front, which was translucent. This allowed me to paint over the sketch without losing it! Plus, Herculene drafting film was tough stuff, and took acrylics well.
The other pieces are all digital. I decided to go digital at the earliest opportunity since I knew it wasn't healthy to mess with things called Cadmium Red Light and Pthalocyanine Blue! Especially since I often had to run them through an airbrush, and fill the air with aerosolized paint. I figured a graphics tablet, monitor, and the miracle of UNDO was going to be my future!
And yes, the demon rising from the lava is on the cover of two different products by two different companies, and to this day the ownership is contested. That's always fun!