I incorporate a lot of different techniques into each rock art piece I do, but all of it is digital art. My Process: 1. Sometimes, I start with a video capture still, and other times (more often) a small picture. I take that screen cap or picture and blow it up huge to get the outline - usually ends up somewhat grainy and I use the best bits as a guideline. 2. I paint/sketch/draw/fill/stretch/pull using Photoshop as my main tool most of the time. 3. I run the image through a few other programs when I'm done in Photoshop. On each image, I'm usually using two or three of the many freeware programs I've collected over the years, and a few I've paid for, to get different texture and lighting effects. The programs I decide to use tend to vary from image to image. 3. I add some finishing touches by hand using a sketch tablet. WHY MY ROCK ART IS FREE: I give my rock art away as free wallpaper downloads and don't sell it, because, as of this writing, I have yet to draw people completely from scratch. I don't want get sued for copyright on some image or screen cap, even though the end result is almost always very different from the starting image. Also, some of the programs I end up using for part of the process on these are freeware, but for personal use only. It may be overly cautious, but I'm going with being better safe than sorry with these. I would love to be able to draw or paint people from scratch/imagination, but find my complicated process fun and interesting, so I hope you enjoy my rock art just the same.