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Thread: Digital Vs Traditional

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    Ruler of the Seventh Empire GunZet's Avatar
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    Rio knows what's up.

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    I press hard... so the eraser doesn't always help...
    OBJECTION!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tora View Post
    I press hard... so the eraser doesn't always help...
    Fuck you! T_T

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    Ying Yang Member Zoe's Avatar
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    I really love traditional art, but I hate actually drawing traditionally. Stuff always gets all over my hands and everywhere, and I really hate getting messy!

    I still sketch traditionally a lot, but I almost always color and paint digitally. ;]

    (Plus, I'm addicted to the undo tool. ;-; )

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    Yeah. For people who put a lot of shading/heavy detail into their art, an eraser becomes a bit cumbersome.

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    Bro, I do tons of detail traditionally. The eraser is like...the best thing ever. I see what you're getting at though.

    White eraser ftw.

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    This is just like Mac vs PC, I swear. Each medium gets something done better than the other while still having its downfalls. It all comes down to individual preference, imo.

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    Both are awesome, I love traditional, it teaches you a lot about color's and let you experiment over textures that can be felt. While digital is also awesome and has undone tool. Both are great and different in their own way, and if you want one over the other it will all depend on your demands and needs.

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    I'll simplify what I said earlier. They're both great and have their individual perks and downfalls. But one teaches the needed fundamentals better than the other, and that's traditional. That's how I see it at least.

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    true it's a war that will never end, I love Traditional to pieces getting my hands soaked in Ink and loving the feel of it :3 but It's all down to personal choice somethings you can't get with traditional and vice versa, I like my style really messy and lots of heavy blacks so that's why i prefer tradtional also I love to use promarkers i find colouring tradtionaly more rewarding and theres no horrific faff you get then coulouring with photoshop :l
    Hey Check out my blog! where I add my Comic BREAKER- and all sorts of fancy artwork
    www.jahkofhearts.blogspot.com
    or www.poniesonmeth.blogspot.com

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