Being a mixed-media creator which is...kinda uncommon from what I've seen so far--
I draw and colour traditionally, I take a photo of it with light sources and fixtures via lamps and flashlights (I know that's a cheap way to do it but still it's really crafty and practical, then I just enhance it on the phone digitally--
so that's why they're not as good in the sense of quality compared to the dynamics of wacom or bamboo tablets, or, so I believe.
I don't know if it makes me 'unique', or should I even attempt on going digital, 'cause believe me, it's gonna be like dragging an Elizabethan Era dude and making him draw on a computer screen. I'm that unknowledged.
Or maybe I'm just scared or if I like it I might abandon my old self or I might have to wear thicker glasses-as they told me-in the future, it's all just a big mess...
Believe me. It's difficult to transition from one media to another if you're already comfortable with the former doing it for years. And that's another thing, I only improved for the better for the past few months and, I find that bitterweet; both bad and good. 'Cause, it's great that I've manage to do art in such a better way compared to the past months, but not so great knowing that I've been drawing for 5 years.
Only since joining Deviantart did I decide to improve myself:-
"Oh dang, yeah, we better modernize now 'cause we ain't gonna impress nor make people happy showing others this poop quality."
*A few months later as of now*
Those are what I've managed to do.
Yeah pretty much like how Japan and Germany rapidly industrialized for the 20th century. But unlike Japan and Germany, I'm still a bit too conservative...not wabting to go digital...
...I guess you can't really call that "rapid industrialization".
Now, dear reader, you ought be thinking:-
"Couldn't you just purchase one for yourself if it'll make you feel better? Plus, you have to seek new things in order to change! ^^"
Okay, first of all, thank you for thinking that, and second, I gots no moniez. That's why I'm selling most of my stuff as prints...
But in all seriousness, I'll be staying old-fashioned for a bit more. I kinda like being in the middle of holding a paper and editing.