Has my opinion of digital art changed...
I first posted on "What's Your Opinion--Digital Art or Traditional?" in 2004. I came back to read what I posted, because I got an email informing me of a new post on the subject.
My opinion hasn't really changed that much from 2004, but the tech for digital art has changed a great deal. With printing and digital paint programs, work can be done digitally that looks and feels like an oil painting. 3D programs can not only give more depth, but 3D printers can build a 3D object or carve one out of various types of materials. The tech of art is moving at leaps and bounds. This doesn’t mean that hand painting is disappearing, and I still prefer original hand done work on my walls, but that is because I like having a one of a kind, rather than one of a thousand copies of an original digital work.
Mix traditional art with digital
I generally mix traditional style with digital.
Neither of them is my favourite. I use both of them.
Final effect is a little grungy, certainly not as steril as digital drawing. That is why I love it.
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