I originally wanted to do more research about this topic, but once I saw how deep the rabbit hole goes, I decided against it. The topic is immensely controversial. Digital art in of itself has no value compared to a tangible object such as an acrylic painting on canvas. But the commercial industry champions digital work. It is a much easier medium for the commercial industry to handle compare to traditional works.
In all honesty, I have no preference for working one or another. The majority of my artworks are in digital format, but I do have a growing collection of acrylic portrait paintings.
I have art goals in mind. I do not want to publicly state what those goals are because my means to achieve those goals could change. Unless I can clearly see the path I’m going to walk down on, I will keep these art goals private for now. The reason I even mentioned the existence of these art goals is that these goals will dictate what medium of art I will be using.
For now, I have a huge collection of digital paintings, and that might still be true in the future. What can potentially change is how big AND diverse my traditional art will get. All I have been painting with acrylic are portraits, but I definitely want to attempt more genres than this. I also want to attempt different media. I can’t wait to try oils (again), nor can I wait to get control of color pencils (I am still struggling with it). So in short, I can’t wait to see what the future holds.art lesson art lessons art opinions art philosophy art thoughts art tips digital painting digital painting timelapse krita timelapse painting time lapse Art Thoughts and Lessons
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