I did this for the monthly SCBWI bulletin contest with the word prompt - Celebrate.
I started digitally, which you can check out 2 posts ago, then decided I wanted switch to a loose pen and ink with some watercolor washes. I am so used to being able to paint over a mistake or hit the "undo" button, (how did humanity exist before there were undo buttons?) that it's very stressful to work on paper like that. When I had the pencil drawing done I was so terrified to mess up the ink, my hand trembled at times. While I applied the first layer of watercolors over the ink drawing, which was not messed up yet, I provided myself a steady stream of pep talk, a few coffee breaks, (decaf) and some yoga stretches.
The trouble is, I'm out of practice with that kind of thing. I've been an artist for many years but I've become too reliant on "undo". Does anyone else out there ever expect autocorrect to help you out with spelling when you're writing with pen and paper? Is it just me?