I'm feeling up to the task. I've been told that the only way for me to improve at this point is to start working "professionally" and start charging for the things I do. Help yourself, help me out too.
Q: "So is everything done on pencil and paper?"
A: Not necessarily. I can do drawings on paper or on my tablet, depending on the request. It's just an old habit, however, that once I move from drawings into the realm of inking, I HAVE to use paper.
Specs: Bristol paper, A4 sized or 9 x 12" paper; then pigment inks + brushes.
Q: "Do you only draw people?"
A: Most of the time, yes. I am also willing to do other things (otherwise, how am I to improve?). Stay in contact with me though, as I'd like as much input as possible. References, poses, moods, attitudes, and other details help immensely. I'll be sending drafts back and forth until it's to your liking.
Q: "Can you do my OC?"
A: Sure. Keep in mind though that I have more experience with humanoid characters than otherwise. Again, references, poses, moods, attitudes, and other input help out a good deal. In my experience, I end up doing roughs and designs as part of the process. By the time I get to working on the final product (like the samples provided above), it might take some time.