Originally Posted by ThomasSLC
I can tell you the most common hand drawing jobs in game development would be concept/character design or cinematics storyboarding, and even those are usually finaled using some program like Photoshop or Illustrator.
Having worked in 2d animation for many years I understand the desire to work with pencil and paper. But I also desire to stay employed, and that usually means learning new tools (Maya, 3dMax) and growing. Life is like that!
Off topic from gaming though:
Seeing that you worked on some movies of my child hood, do movies and television require you to use Photoshop and such? He says he wants to do that.