Pen and Ink, digitally colored in Photoshop 7
Sushi works in the cargo bay of one of the vast freighters plying the Imperial starlanes. Typical of a starjack - a wandering crewman who basically travels from ship to ship - Sushi is working on a rather decrepit and well worn tramp freighter. Here she works in zero G doing some sort of adjustment while the vessel's cargo hold is dark and in zero gravity - so, likely either power leads, or as the warning sign on the access panel indicates more likely fiber optic control systems.
It's workup of an idea from a while back. I flubbed a bit and decided, what the hell, lets do it old style. For me, that's a bit more old school that it might seem - as I have HD and my physicality fails, its harder to do traditional methods, and this was an exercise to just tough it out and see if I still could. Took almost two days to execute but I'm generally happy with the results.
On a side note, as Arcas Arts can attest, my idea of old school also shows in the style and execution, as I wanted to recapture my old style of work - back then my only concession o tools was a choice on my part, to use only found objects - a straightedge was usually a cheap school ruler, a curve might be a piece of packaging. circle gauges were more likely to be various can lids.
However, more often, I simply did the whole thing freehand. In this case, its all freehand, barring the use of a old credit card for the straighter lines
having gotten the teeth in the bit I couldn't leave well enough along, and a heavy almost 14 hour session later, its finally in color. I built a variety of logos and graphics, to add a touch of neatness, plus a variety of textures , from metal to the T shirt design courtesy of Hello Kittys website ( it was a packing paper, IIRC)