Really. Tracing paper seems kind of scarce these days.
Possibly because lightboxes are a lot fancier and not terribly expensive.
As opposed to the days when the author of a given "how-to" book on drawing suggests making your own lightbox.
Or going even further and suggesting you make your own drawing table, too.
I have a lightbox. Had it for years and barely use it. And I hear tell I could get a slimmer, more lightweight LED lightbox for maybe half the price I paid for the old one.
But still. Not a lot of tracing paper to be found...
I feel like such a technological dinosaur.
I don't know. Yes, I have a smartphone, but...
My family sometimes seem to be late bloomers when it comes to technology. I got an Atari 2600 in 1983. A Nintendo in 1990 (I didn't beat Super Mario Bros. until 1993). We didn't have a computer in the house until 1992 (a PC, so that kind of cemented things. Like Lutherans and their Fords, I guess. But for the record, we have AppleTV and I have an iPod... which stubbornly refuses to play if I plug it into my car.)
Logged into Newegg to check when I ordered the computer I am using now. I ordered it in 2012. On my birthday. $399.99 (I waited for the pric
In retrospect, I should have added it as a favorite.
There was one drawing I rather liked, of two robots... one sort of orange and red, the other blue and gray. One had horns and a tail, one had wings and a halo. Each was holding an oversized pencil in the way a warrior would hold a weapon.