o___O; ???? I think you're misjudging me quite a bit. I'm not a digital artist because I dislike traditional art. I'm a digital artist because I'm legally blind. It's less strenuous for me.
My issues with art are not with technique, but with learning things like anatomy and perspective. I've looked at countless books and tutorials, but for some reason when I try to implement it into my own work I am unable to. Those things for whatever reason are extremely hard for me. They don't click like coloring or detailing. It's like there is a missing piece and I can't find it. So I feel like I'm trying to jam something else in that empty space.
I'm legally blind because of the simple fact that doctors are unable to fix my eyes. Glasses are useless to me. My eyes are not fully formed inside. This can't be fixed with lasers. I've had eye doctors look at my information and be surprised that I can see at all.
I can't say that I understood the last few sentences you wrote. Perhaps be a bit more clear on your point? Since I've never said anything about thinking digital art will make me a better artist. o__O; I do digital art because I get eye strain otherwise. It's also cheaper for me to not have to buy paper.
I read with Windows Magnifier. I also zoom in when working digitally.
My eyes are not fully formed inside. This has caused me to be really nearsighted. I don't know the medical term. One eye sees worse than the other so I only read with my left eye. My pupils are also at the bottom of the iris. So they look kinda weird... Could maybe be why I'm really light sensitive. Not sure though... The only other thing is a bit of nystagmus. It's more of an annoyance when I have nothing to focus on since my eyes end up moving a bit involuntarily.
Full eye transplants are not possible. Doctors can do parts of eyes, but this isn't an option for me. Like doctors won't even do something as normal as cataract surgery on someone like me because the risk of causing more damage is too great.