Betsy over at Fuse recently said:
I used to think that employing a computer to handle all your illustrating needs in a picture book was a risky proposition. Then we entered into 2007 and suddenly there were books like Bow-Wow Bugs a Bug and The Wizard using computers in radically different ways. Finally I got a glimpse of "Mrs. Marlowe's Mice", and now I think that it is safe to say that I've been won over to this style of artistic expression.
So I just wanted to point out that Babymouse is fully computer-generated. Yes, I do preliminary sketches on paper, but all the final art is done in Photoshop. So beware—a book near you could be computer-generated, and you might not know it!