Cheers Lil. I know what you mean about Corran?s hair ? but then I always envisioned him as a blonde, even though I know he?s not! When he debuted in the rogue squadron comic, he had what looked like jet-black hair, and then years down the line in Union, it was a lighter brown. So I just went with kind of a neutral brown! (I?m sure corran?s been at the hair-dye over the years anyhow!) I wonder, did anyone click on his big picture once it appeared? Do this to get the James Bond tribute! And thankyou TheBB! BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB?.. what is it with B?s then? impressive that you start from scratch with the wacom tablet. I do all my initial sketching with the wacom, but then i usually print that out and do a cleaned up drawing from it. I would probably do things like that ? a friend built me a custom lightbox for that very task?. Now all I need is a working printer! Apart from that I keep telling myself that I need to get back into using a pencil from time to time ? I think I?ve forgotten how! I have a mate who?s recently started using a mac a lot, he?s a furniture designer. Apparently now when he goes back to drawing on paper, he does this funny little finger and thumb movement whenever he draws something he?s not pleased with ? he?s trying to hit ?command Z? on the keyboard!!! No undo?s in real life though?.. I get the graininess by just adding noise in photoshop, really simple. And yeah, it gets away from that ultra smooth digital look, which is why I do it! But then the one I think you like, the jaina built into the navigation, I left because the noise just detracted from it. Also, a smallish airbrush, pressure sensitive and set to 10%, looks very similar to a hard pencil. A friend, a purist, always reckoned he could tell a digitally produced sketch as opposed to that which had been scanned in. I did a test, threw in something I did in felt-tip as well, and he was completely baffled! Anyway that?s enough rattling on for now ? I could ask you where I can find some of your work TBB, but I could always try looking for myself! DD.