From hand-drawn caricature and editorial cartooning to technical illustration and Photoshop compositing, I do it all — on time and under budget. It's really what I love doing best.
Increasingly, some printers (especially silkscreen printers) are demanding vector files for production, which poses a problem for raster files (continuous-tone photos, etc.). Adobe Illustrator now incorporates an excellent Image Trace function that can vectorize a photo with negligible little loss of detail. This is especially useful for large-format reproduction, such as for billboards. Vector art can scale infinitely with no degradation of image. So if your printer is demanding a vector file, send it my way and I can translate it.
Flash was the mainstay for online animation for a long time, but was deprecated with the advent of mobile devices, particularly the iPhone, which cannot display Flash content (thanks to a decision by Steve Jobs). I spent years mastering Flash, so this was a real PITA for me. There are new technologies for displaying animation across all devices — I'll get around to mastering them one of these days.
Meanwhile, Flash is still useful for desktop/laptop displays and projected applications. Here are a few examples:
Flash animation examples