Embracing imperfection

I find it funny that digital art’s greatest advantage is also its greatest weakness (for me, at least.) In digital medium, the biggest problem and boon is that perfection is possible. Not easy, but possible.

And that drives me nuts.

Because I keep trying for it even when I tell myself not to.

But not so with traditional medium. For some reason, the nature of traditional media makes me expect imperfection and, in fact, makes it more beautiful and interesting.

I guess this is a long way of saying I got some brushes for Manga Studio so I can have the best of both worlds.
— http://frenden.com/post/79939480253/rheill-i-find-it-funny-that-digital-arts

Saw this post at FRENDEN.com. Couldn't have said it better myself. My passion for drawing has only increased since I started working with actual pencil, paper and ink more frequently. It's taught me to embrace the imperfections, improvise better, and has forced me to iron out and/or confront some weaknesses. Frenden's Manga Studio brushes do the same--just gotta make sure I don't lean too heavily on that Undo button.