I do 100% of my work in Photoshop CS4 and Illustrator CS4. Everything on my DA account was digitally created with my trusty Wacom Cintiq21UX.
I search for blogs, posts, and articles on digitally creating comics, so if you know of a pro, a site, another Draw Dog--who or whatever--is doing this comic book thing completely digitally, I'd love to hear about it. The more I can learn the better.
My goal is to do all of my own line work, leaving only colors and letters to others. On my own projects, I find myself just "roughing" out the digital under drawing in Photoshop ("digi-pencils", I for lack of a better term), and doing the actual drawing in Illustrator, mimicking the inking process ("digi-inks", I suppose).
I chose Illustrator for "inking" instead of Photoshop because I drool over clean vector lines, and because I'd like to find a place artistically that really uses digital tools to break past simply attempting to replicate real media. Illustrator's textures and design capabilities have a lot to offer sequential media in my opinion, and I'd love to break out digitally and really explore what digital tools can do for the medium in their own right.
I'm not there yet, but that *is* where I'm headed.
So, if you know anywhere I can go to soak up some digital wisdom from a Jedi of Photoshop or Illustrator, let me at 'em!
(Oh, er...and if there's somewhere else I could be discussing this, tell me that, too! I didn't see a "FORUMS" or "DISCUSSIONS" section...feel free to move this somewhere else if it fits elsewhere!)