Oni2030 wrote:I agree with Strict31 digital inking sometimes can take longer than traditional inking and if you are not careful it can look too perfect and clean. Mistakes give art character.
When I was working solely on paper, I hated all the flaws and mistakes. Now, I'm all, "this shit looks too perfect!"
Like, too smooth or too rendered looking. So, I've been trying to work with textures and shit like that. But that's problematic unless you know what you're doing, and I don't. I'll figure it out eventually. Trial and error, like everything else. Or tutorials and so forth.