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I disagree the two are very different ways of working it’s like comparing printing to painting it’s two methods to reach a particular end point dependant on style. I work both digital and traditional but do no thin one is harder than the other. It’s just one is quicker because there is no drying time.....
I personally enjoy the sensation of drawing on paper of varying textures. Lately i've been calmed by the feeling of a mechanical pencil on printer paper.
I enjoy the physical sensation of the pen in my hand having direct contact with the lines being drawn. When I do digital art I feel a weird disconnect since I don't have a cintiq or anything fancy like that.
Depends, for NSFW, digital blows traditional out of the water, but average art demands traditional. I prefer the amount of variety in traditional, while digital I try to be cleaner. Digital painting vs acrylic, I prefer digital due to infinite pallete and also no waiting times.
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