Digital or hand drawn?

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Digital or hand drawn?

Post by Kennyrave » June 4th, 2010, 12:20 pm

I draw anime by hand it looks like crap with the eracer marks and everything, But how about digital?
I'm think of pruching it but, I was wonder how hard it is to use! :)
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Re: Digital or hand drawn?

Post by thecad » June 4th, 2010, 12:24 pm

i like them both but i like combined most

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Re: Digital or hand drawn?

Post by Black Cat » June 5th, 2010, 11:49 am

I prefer digital. The resolution, depth, colours and all.

If you're going digital, then it might be a good thing getting a draw-pad :P
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Re: Digital or hand drawn?

Post by dragongx92 » March 9th, 2011, 11:13 pm

i normally just draw the outline of the drawing then ill scan and edit on computer.Until i get a drawing pad anyway.

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Re: Digital or hand drawn?

Post by Phone » March 11th, 2011, 1:11 am

I can respond to this! Hurray!
I draw both digital and traditional. I find both are really fun. I like the look of traditional sketches but I love the look of digital colouring. It all depends on your preference. My tablet was $200. It is a Wacom Bamboo Fun. It came with one pen, some replacement nibs, and software [Photoshop Elements 6.0 and Corel Painter Essentials 4]. It is a medium sized tablet, about the size of a MacBook, but very much thinner.
Traditional is more difficult because if you make a mistake that is not erasable you can not press an undo button. Digital has a very different feel to it though, when you first try it your drawings may be a little rough. You should just keep drawing, it gets easier. Also try many different techniques and software to find what works for you.

I suggest Wacom tablets, they are great quality. Wacom Drawing Tablets range anywhere from $69 to $2000.
Look at their site for more information on different types of tablets. Wacom.com
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Re: Digital or hand drawn?

Post by Euphoria X » March 11th, 2011, 2:23 am

I prefer digital, just because you can do so much more and with more ease if you know what your doing. Though I myself enjoy hand drawing on paper a little more because I can do it where ever. But that's only because I have yet to get a version of Photoshop on my laptop, like I did on my dated Windows XP which runs like a legless turtle T-T. I've been using Paint.NET though which is the next best thing.

But I do have a Tablet, which I believe I got for somewhere around $200 at best buy. Can't wait to get back to using it too =P


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Re: Digital or hand drawn?

Post by ChickenButa » May 27th, 2011, 4:11 am

INcluding a tablet you may want a


Drawing software

Manga Studio EX 4

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Re: Digital or hand drawn?

Post by Black Cat » May 28th, 2011, 5:34 pm

Manga Studio sounds nice. Drawing software might cost me a good lot since I'd go for PS.

Oh.. thought this was another thread.... ah well.
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