there’s been some discourse on twitter about whether or not you have to use traditional media for inktober (lmao..)
im not gonna talk too much about it bc its not even worth my time and energy,
but with regards to the “working in a permanent medium like ink forces you to commit to your lines & helps prevent bad habits like relying on spamming ctrl+z”
this is actually true, but it doesnt mean you can’t do the same thing digitally.
There’s two things you can do, first of all you can edit your shortcuts and remove ctrl+z etc. so you have no undo shortcuts.
Second thing you can do is disable the history, most all art programs will let you manually set the history count (how many times you can undo) to at least 1 in the program preferences, which will prevent you relying on undo.
I’d also encourage you to avoid using the eraser tool, challenge yourself to commit to the lines you make and you’ll grow more confident with your art!
okay yes hello all!! since summer is in full swing and im wasting away doing nothing i figured i would continue to work on my editing skillz by doing some url graphics of some sort. we’ll see how this goes lol