A lot of people seem to think digital art isn't art and that traditional art is worth more because it's 'harder'.
(which I think is bullshit. Both mediums have their challenges)
It's like the bloody argument that photography isn't an artform because anyone can do it!
Anyone can paint too!
A shit photo is just as bad as a shit painting.
What do you guys think?
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Different mediums. I think traditional art shows more talent. But in the end it's the results that really matter. I guess it really depends on how they are doing themselves, and how much the tools are doing for them.
On the other hand, I consider digital photography cheating. And no, not everyone can do photography. The best professional camera will give crap pictures in the hands of an amateur unless they get lucky.
Personally I like pencil drawing. I get totally envious when I watch people do that.
I'm terrible at art. The closest I come is technical drawing (drafting). With drafting I did it by hand before CAD systems came out. I considered it more creative to do it by hand. I thought designs were better when it was done by hand. But that stuff is only art if you really stretch the definition of art.