I enjoy peeks "behind the scenes" and peeks at behinds, so here is a little of both: the evolution of one of my WolfieToons!
First, there's a finished, fairly "tight" pencil drawing. A heavier paper is a good idea so that the ink will go on nice and smooth and not come to pieces under the eraser. I used a 2-ply Bristol here.
Now I went over it in ink, embellishing along the way: I've experimented with a lot of pens and even brushes; this was done with art pen that is a combination. It has a flexible "nib" that creates thick and thin lines, depending on how you hold it. The lines then give a pleasing illusion of depth and weight. Drawing proper perspective is still elusive, but I'm impatient and had a deadline.
Music in the background helps; my "Pandora" stations include Beatles and Big Band swing.
Then the pencil marks were erased and it was ready to scan. Black ink boo-boos and unwanted bits can always be taken out with white paint, or, of course, with the computer. I really prefer to have as little "touch-up" as possible.
Finally comes the lettering and coloring, and behold! A woman really enjoying herself. You, too, I hope!