Jeff said: "...I work in several layers and collapse them as time goes on..saving the document each time and renaming it.Why? I do this because if i go to far or screw up.I can then go back and start where I felt i messed up. Here is more progression of the inking..." A very sensible approach, creating "restore points". I'm a huge fan of Norman Rockwell, in part because of his incredible depth of field in each piece. Apparently he used to do the same thing- he had to crank out a Post cover every week and couldn't afford the time to start over if he wasn't pleased with the results, so he would paint a layer, then cover it with clear shellac so he could wipe it off down to the last layer of shellac to partially start over. I've read that a lot of his originals are deteriorating because they're delaminating. Love your work, Jeff.