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Wow. I like the shape of this and the lines. :3 How long did this take to do?
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DezignerDudeProfessional General Artist
Thanks! This one actually took close to 30 mins. while having coffee at Starbucks. It did turn out fine, and thanks for commenting here, I was looking forward to changing it's name. I managed to finish it's digital version as well. ^^

Looking good in prints. This clock is one of my prints
The-heart-of-thorns-wall-clocks by DezignerDude  
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I'm not keen on the colour green too :3
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Black and white probably takes less time than colour because you don't have to decide on the colours to use... hmmm... valid point. 
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DezignerDudeProfessional General Artist
exactly.. lol.
but the more time spent with colors the more interesting the art gets. it is all about details.  :)
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What if I did a black and white drawing and added minimal colour? It'd be classed as a colour drawing, wouldn't it? :3
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DezignerDudeProfessional General Artist
yes, it would. :)
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If I take a photo of my artwork is it traditional or digital (it would be traditional, right)? 
If I take a photo of my artwork and edited it would it be traditional or digital or both? (It'd be both, right)?
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DezignerDudeProfessional General Artist
Answer to your questions. 
1. Yes. 
2. That depends on amount of edits you have made, but most likely comes under traditional.

Photo of a traditional artwork still comes under traditional, some people can scan and some take pictures of their art. little bit edits like cropping, color adjustments, adding sign or watermark to the image of your artwork, touch-ups to clean the image. as long as the original art doesn't get changed drastically. 

Digital is anything made using computers. but if you are making something that's started with a rough sketch traditional medias and then finished with digital, you may put it under mixed medias or even digital. . 

Every category has a description. I suggest taking a walk on the submission page, going through all categories and reading their descriptions. 
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is black and white or colour harder?
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DezignerDudeProfessional General Artist
It usually depends on what you are making and details you are incorporating in your art. 
sometimes even a colored artwork can be easy and a black and white, extremely difficult. :)
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What if I did a black and white drawing and added minimal colour? It'd be classed as a colour drawing, wouldn't it? :3

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DezignerDudeProfessional General Artist
coloured yes :)
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Hmmmm true. I know what you mean. ^^ :) 
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DezignerDudeProfessional General Artist
^^ glad I can help. :)
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