Mod: No, there isn’t a reason. There are LOTS OF reasons! Because:
- I draw much faster by hand.
- I want to push my skill at making pictures on paper to its artistic limits.
- It’s a great way to keep artist’s block at bay.
- I like to experiment as I work in various media.
- When one medium fails in the creative process, another succeeds.
- It’s never a good idea to be too dependent on technology. Speaking of which…
- My graphics tablet won’t cooperate sometimes.
- I like to brush up on my painting (Pun intended).
- I’m inspired by great art (and animation) that’s been created without using computers.
- I’m not being paid to create content for my blog, so anything goes!
- My blog is still trying to find a niche for itself art-wise.
- I like to keep my followers guessing.
- I got a stockpile of art materials and I aim to use it!
- I love the smell of crayons in the morning.
- I’ve never used art programs early in life–or a computer, for that matter.
- I enjoy multitasking as I switch between a pencil and the Pencil Tool.
- It’s the best way to emulate certain, non-digital art styles (like the one posted above).
- It’s how I avoid being put into a trance by the monitor screen while I’m
basking in the PC’s warm glowing warming glowusing the computer.
- Practice makes perfect! After all, I still have a lot to learn.
- I’m old-school like that.
I hope this answers your question, ALOS!