Each Snap is made using a small screened iPhone 4. I draw using my finger. Lines are thick and unrefined with no variation other than colour. No zoom, hacks or filters. I prefer to keep the evidence of my hand rather than use special effects. I make one image a day and post it to my 'story' so it's available to view for the next 24 hours. Now and then I randomly screenshot someone else's photo, draw on it and Snap it back privately.
To view A Lo-tech Letter To You as it's made, add me on SnapChat. My username is hazeldooney (snapcode). Feel free to screenshot and share the images, as long as they're credited to me, not altered and not used for commercial purposes (see CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 for details). If you're just not into SnapChat, you can view selected Snaps on Twitter at @snapchatdooney.
Above: Experimental SnapChats, already sent.
For new users of SnapChat:
The SnapChat app is widely available and free to download. You can read instructions on how to create an account here. To add me as a friend, open SnapChat and tap the ghost at the top of your camera screen. Tap 'Add Friends', then 'Add Username'. Type in hazeldooney and wait for SnapChat to find me, then tap 'Add'. Alternatively, take a photo' or screenshot of my Snapcode, tap 'Add Friends', then 'Add by Snapcode'. Instructions for how to view my 'story' are here.