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    Jonathan Wayshak interview

    Here's a great interview with Jonathan Wayshak. I't s pretty funny. Enjoy!

    Scroll down for the interview. He has a interesting ideas about digital painting.

    http://www.scrapbookmanifesto.com/jo...s/2006_02.html
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    Thanks for the link I think he seems to be a quite interesting person. The art is quite interesting aswell.

    Good links Thanks!

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    He says digital art isn't PAINTING, kids, it's 'coloring'
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    Quote Originally Posted by paperclip
    He says digital art isn't PAINTING, kids, it's 'coloring'

    I think i need to disagree with him on that You can paint digitally in very much the same way as you would traditionally.

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    I agree with him almost completely on that digital painting opinion. Very Very rarely do I see a digital painting that blows me away like a good oil/ acrylic/ casein etc. But I myself work with nothing but traditional media except for my graphic design work.
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    Anthriel-no problem.

    I agree that digital work is coloring, just very high-tech. The concepts are the same with traditional and digital, but you can never say that holding a plastic pen tool is the same as holding brushes and painting on a physical canvas.
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    haha

    man i love his stuff.

    i do have a wacom someplace and i do sometimes use it. but i do agree about the coloring thingy. people get really man when you talk bad about digital art tho.

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    People are either good or not good.

    I am not convinced that choice of medium is the deciding factor in this case.
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    It' s just "coloring"? That just seems like purist mentality to me.
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    I have to agree with the guy that Digital painting ( or coloring, depending how you use your tools) is for sissies....Is cleaner, it requires less training, is faster and effective....It almost takes the magic away.


    I´m all digital, and I hope someday for people to be able to look at what I made, make or will make with the same respect.

    I´ll just have to try harder, no excuses right?.
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    I dunno, maybe I'm weird but I respect the artist's art, not his medium.
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    What exactly would the difference between painting and colouring be? Sounds like vague elitist semantics to me.



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    I didn't know him before but now I know he's an idiot.

    And his art is very gimmicky/un-original in my opinion.
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