More things from my time at Art Center.
Painted traditionally (watercolors, gouaches, acrylics, inks....acrylic inks. I was very adventurous).
Painted traditionally, for the most part, I should say: there was digital adjusting to the last two. I once met a fine artist who completely denounced digital -- the use of it at any and all stages of the creative process.
"T'is cheating," he said.
"I cheat," said I, raising my hand in dutifully-demure self-abnegation.
He had thought me one of his fold. I corrected his assumptions and confessed to him my sins. He patted my head, pitied my youth, and I walked away humbly absolved. I'm afraid to report that, years later, my dereliction continues and has degenerated further still in its deliberate delinquency. Call me cheat, scamp, lady of the night. If you ask me, I bet Da Vinci would've happily (and readily) digitally edited his sketches, particularly before committing them to paint -- to very expensive, hand-mixed paint. His purity was less from piety, I think, and more from a lack of resources.
Can you see the violin?
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A J-rock themed thing.
medium: watercolors, gouaches, acrylics, ink, acrylic inks, and whatever else pleased my reprobate soul.