For me Digital Art saves me money.
I'm retired and studied art when I was younger. I left art to work in the military, telling myself I would return to it after retirement.
I started back into it with color pencils. Some of my drawings would take 2 to 3 months. Then I finally decided to get back to acrylics. I had a lot of fun painting, but I started to have a lot of paintings laying around the house.
That's when I decided to try digital art. Not every painting I paint do I think is good. It's like the old film 35mm camera's. Out of a roll of 24 pictures, maybe 1 or 2 are really good. But with digital art I can paint and paint and not worry about the cost of paint or paintings taking up space. If I do a piece I like, then I can print it on watercolor paper. It's all about a creative process, whether it's on canvas or digital. There are many ways of doing something, not one is the only right way.
Spiritually speaking, it's not the end I seek, it's the process.
Last edited by GRSArts; 06-27-2012 at 03:49 PM.
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