Hello! Back again with a new art blog! I'm actually quite busy right now academically, since I'm still in college. I'm guessing, this online class is kind of molding a new definition of the word 'hectic'. Hmm... though despite that, I can still manage to make time writing blogs by scheduling the tasks I need to do. Making sure that l catch up with the deadlines while also still do something productive here.
It's okay to trace...
I just said that because I'm an artist who rely mostly on guidelines. I always use grids on my traditional drawings - on portraits. As for digital ones, I trace it. So, does it make me less of an artist - because I trace? For me, no. I mean, art has a lot of variety and drawing without guide is indeed a good practice. For some, tracing may be cheating but to me it's really not. I've already heard a lot of words about tracing being less of an art. I mean, in terms of digital art. It doesn't bother me anymore now. As long as I do my best at every piece that I do and try to improve everytime.
By the way this is a commission piece for someone I know online. Great thing about ibisPaint is that it automatically records the entire process and can be easily exported to mp4 ranging from 10 seconds up to 3 minutes.
Thank you for dropping by and see you on my next post! :)) Have a great day!
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