In todays podcast we will be talking about the different costs of doing traditional art vs. digital art. Is buying art supplies more cost effective than purchasing an expensive tablet? Today you get hear my personal thoughts on this topic and what I think as an artist myself. I have been an artist my whole life, but I didn’t take it seriously until up to a few years ago. I decided to focus on growing as an artist and really try and develop my skills, so I can eventually make it into a career. I have worked both digitally, and traditionally. So today I will be talking about my experiences working with both mediums, and what I like and what I don’t like about them. I hope you find this somewhat helpful if you are new to digital art and considering buying a tablet or thinking about doing digital art for the first time. There are plenty of other more affordable tablets than the one I mentioned, so I do encourage you to do some research about that if you are interested; and find out what works best for you. I will link my personal tablet down below if you are interested in the one I currently use.
Author: Cori Richards
Hello, My name is Cori! I'm in the digital media arts program at GCC! My passion is drawing, and digital painting. I love being creative and exploring different mediums to express my creativity! I grew up in Arizona, But when I was 18 I moved to Massachusetts and stayed out there for 6 years before moving back! I love to go back and visit every year or so! My goals in life is to finish my degree at GCC and I have my sights on a school in California call Gnomon School of visual effects! I'm excited to dive in, and learn as much as I possibly can, so I can achieve my goal of working in the animation industry!