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Traditional art + Digital art by RoliStamps Traditional art + Digital art by RoliStamps
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People must be stupid when they bash each other for their drawing, thinking that it's not art.

I think they're both cool.
I do traditional sketches when I'm not on the computer, but that DOESN'T mean I'm not going to colour some sketches when I get a new tablet.

I don't go to a lot traditional art groups because I haven't got good colouring tools.
Just sketch groups. C:

And traditional artists will become extinct?
What are you guys talking about? :iconwthplz:

I've seen kind of lot of traditional art, so I don't understand why I should think they'll die out like dinosaurs.

This is something I don't believe because... it's silly! xD
And I'm sure they have support too. c:

But anyway, both of the media can be stressful sometimes.
Neither of them is easy.
And why do the media matter anyway?
Can't we just support both?

And besides that, I don't get why some traditional artist are so negative about digital art and the digital artists.
Even if the traditional art, itself is unpopular, I just don't get why?
I've seen a stamp that supports traditional art but when I looked at the title, it said "F*CK DIGITAL ART"
I find it really disrespectful. :noes:
I would have faved it... if it weren't for the offensive title.

Being a digital/traditional artist is not an excuse to be a jerk to someone who is a different media artist.

I don't understand people who say that a drawing is not art because it was not made on paper and call themselves "true artists".

It’s like saying “True owners own a cat or a dog, not a bird, a reptile, a fish, a bug, a rabbit, a guinea pig or any other pet animals that aren’t cats or dogs”.

Just because you think that, doesn't instantly make you right or correct, I might not be right or correct either but...

I honestly don’t believe that traditional art is the only true art.

I don't believe in most "true" _____ much and I don't care anyway. :shrug:

And quite mostly, I don’t want to be a true artist, I just want to be an ARTIST. :stare:

I think there’s more to art than just digital drawing and traditional drawing.
And yes, there's more to traditional art than just pencil and paper.

Digital art and photography can be art too.

And if digital art, photography, emoticons and stamps are not art, then why does deviantART accepts them?

Even if people think that digital art is not real art, I will always be doing digital art, especially traditional art.


I'm not forcing anyone to do the same media as I do...
But yeah, I support both traditional and digital.


You don't have to be against digital art to be a traditional artist.
And you don't have to be against traditional art to be a digital artist.
And hating a media doesn't make you any cooler than the others.

No media is better.
We are not rivals, we are just artists.
This is deviantART, not deviantMEDIAWAR. :stare:

I'd rather get along with someone who doesn't always do the same media as I do.
We can both get along.

I do traditional art, but I also do digital art.

It's not my fault that you don't like what I do.






Have some respect. BI




Tl;dr?
I just don’t support traditional art snobs.

I might be aware that digital art snobs exist...

But I’ve seen more traditional art snobs than digital art snobs.

Then again, I think digital art snobs are just as bad as traditional art snobs.

Seriously, they should have some respect and chill out. :[


PS: Sorry if my grammar's bad. ^^;

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Cleverpelt Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Agreed, using.
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Glitz3456 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love both traditional and digital art. But sometimes I like to escape the digital world and draw it traditionally.

If you love art in general, I would really appreciate if you checked out my page! :D
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AnimeRocks26 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I still do traditional art. There is nothing like sitting down and drawing the picture out. Then coloring it by hand. It takes time and patience :)
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Evejones6 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I love this stamp
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Kelindark Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014
Nice stamp, I like!
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lynn3737 Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I prefer traditional, I'm way better at it, but I like digital too. I personally don't care which is which. I use both and that's that.
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AnthemHearts Featured By Owner May 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't think one media is more difficult than another. You need to get used to your traditional/digital supplies. I used to find traditional painting difficult 'til i got the hang of painting. I found digital painting difficult 'til I learned how to use PS. Both medias may be difficult at first.
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Math-X Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014  Student General Artist
There are negatives and positives for each

for example, digital has every colour imaginable and traditional you're kind of limited.

yet, tradition you're closer to your work and have more control, yet digital occasionally being so far from your drawing makes it a little sketchy.
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Foxbat-Sullavin Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
i would do allot of traditional work myself but i cant afford the paint supplies every 2 seconds, and from the digital/traditional art ive done there just as hard/easy either way just in diffrent aspects. i dont see much diffrence between the two, i could to anything traditionaly that i can do digitally and vise versa without hardly any sorta diffrence, that i can tell at least. X3
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roxor12 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i love digital painting  but i do respect the traditional painting
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