I've been writing a book that has a fair share of geometric diagrams and equations. However, I am unable to make use of a computer for this and have been maintaining a journal where I manually draw the necessary figures to more easily demonstrate what I'm doing.
However, in the age of the internet, most manuscripts are in electronic format. I'm good with LaTeX but the drawing of geometric figures and especially "constructions" is what prevents me from using a computer.
What's a good approach to this? Write with pen paper first and then transcribe it perhaps? What about the images, just take pictures? For now, I'm planning to make "scanned copies available" for early feedback.