After years of doing art digitally because I'm bad at coloring on paper, I've just realized that coloring digitally isn't going to help improve my handling of a real paint brush.
Therefore, I've been thinking of trying coloring traditionally as well, as I still believe it is a fundamental thing to improve my coloring skills.
Having experiences on both media is just going to help you way lot more than being skillful in either one. One can discover a more diverse way of painting when they have the skills on both, producing something extraordinary.
Traditional painting, is hard to correct mistakes. In a way, it can help reduce your mistakes when drawing digitally, that's what I think.
Yeah, my main problem isn't drawing on paper but coloring on paper.