I mostly sketch them in crayon, and finish drawing them with a Wacom pen in Photoshop. This is similar to drawing on paper but with the magical addition of a multiple undo button. Apart from a few pen and ink/pencil drawings, the original of my pictures exists only as a digital file.
I print my pictures on my Epson PS600 printer, on Hahnemühle archival paper. I use Epson archival Ultrachrome K3 inks, which are guaranteed to resist fading for three generations. Your prints take a few days to dry, and should arrive within a fortnight, carefully rolled inside a sturdy cardboard tube.
I can also scale up and order extra-large prints for you. Here are five of them adorning the walls on opening night at Café Violet in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Almost all my large and medium prints are limited to an edition of 50. That means I print to order up to a limit of 50 and then stop. Limited-edition prints are numbered as well as signed. I can send you a certificate of authentication on request.
Inside Britain my prints are all posted via Royal Mail Special Delivery, guranteed to arrive the following day. Outside Britain all sizes are sent via Royal Mail Airsure. I send you the tracking number when I've posted them.
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