It’s funny how some people will use “historical accuracy” as a reason for women, or poc not being playable in video games or having major roles in series/films, but also love to defend the negative aspects of such media with the excuse “it’s not real! It’s just fun! You’re taking it too seriously!!”.


How other people think about artist`s life vs. Reality

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solidd, is there anything you do editing wise tho? or do you draw straight into the computer? I cannot for the life of me make a line on paper loook smooth once scanned and put up on photoshop it is the bane of my existence hahaha

not really!! i tend to just draw either entirely digitally or entirely traditionally. tbh i struggle a lot w/ drawing over something i’ve scanned omg.. but yea nah i usually just wing it digitally

I totally agree; I start noticing mistakes and spend a whole lot more time fixing things if I have to digitally draw over a scanned drawing

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