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20: Talking about: digital and traditional drawingHey peeps! Long time no see!Ainu-kun
The objective of this journal is knowing your opinion about a phrase that I read some time ago. I guess there's some people who argue that traditional art is harder than digital, or vice versa, but I'm not particularly interested in that general discussion.
As I mentioned before, some months ago I was browsing some group/image board/I-don't-remember and there was a guy who asked for advice for drawing digitally because he really wanted to get started on it. One of the replies was something like this "learn to draw on paper first, because your skills will always be reflected on how well you can draw traditionally". Sincerely, I had never thought about it that way, but then I realised that, in my case, it made perfect sense.
But before I tell you about my experience and thoughts, what do you think about it? How often do you draw on paper? When you practise or sketch just for fun, do you
Just an average gal with the desire to do something great.|
Current Residence: A place among the trees
Favourite genre of music: Metal, Punk, Any rock~
Favourite style of art: Classy Art, Also a good Anime drawing mesh
Operating System: Windows 7
MP3 player of choice: iPod touch
Shell of choice: a blue one~
Favourite cartoon character: Ahh,Link, Alucard, Zero, Deidara, Atem, Kaito, Garra, Itachi (Idon't care if he dead and blind!)
Personal Quote: "Whatever doesn't kill you, makes you stronger."
Gunna start putting in my favorite artist here!
1. I love this woman to BITS! Go see her work! She can draw sexy ladies like no other.
2. I LOVE this woman's work so much! She draws men so delish you wish they were real.