For those of you who dig seeing the process stuff!
... pretty much the same as the previous posts regarding line-art and getting it ready for colors (in this case, that would be Gabe Eltaeb)
Step One: I do my roughs in Photoshop (makes it easy to make changes by the editor, or things I see that would look better tweaked or redrawn), I purposely don't give myself too much information, because I want to have fun making decisions and actually draw when I ink it.
Step Two: I print out my "blue line" on Bristol board, I still do a bit of "penciling" on it, to tighten some things I might want t bit more spelled-out, and then I get my Microns or Copics and I start inking.
Step Three: once I finish the inks, I scan 'em in and I do these "grey-guides" for my colorist to indicate what kinda' lighting I want, cast shadows, glows, etc
Step Four: Voila, the finished colors by Gabe after he adds his own magic to the page!