I would like to give you an insight into the materials I use and my work. So that there is no wrong impression due to the page heading: I don't have my own studio. In "my studio" there is a large closet with my neatly arranged painting and drawing utensils. I keep the original pictures in binders. There is a table on which I paint and draw, as well as a screen workstation where I create my digital graphics. The walls are adorned with numerous pictures and photos of their own. The living room is temporarily converted into a studio.
Here you can see my image editing programs Inkscape, a vector program, and Photoshop Elements, a raster graphics program. I work regularly in both. I have a graphics tablet with which I have been drawing for years. Over the years, I have created around two to three hundred digital graphics that I offer from the microstock agencies. The vector graphics are particularly welcome because they have clean edges. A raster graphic is characterized, among other things, by the fact that it has step-like edges. Raster graphics consist of numerous square pixels. Hence the step-like shape of the edges.