So, I decided to kill two birds with one stone: thank you for watching my scribbles and also submit an entry for Day 11 of the NATG 3. The task was to draw a pony at a museum or draw pony's masterpiece (why not both?) by the way.
Not my best work . I really don't like how it turned out.
I hope it isn't too arrogant of me drawing a museum that exhibits my own pictures .
My OC still hasn't got a name (suggestions?) and belongs to me.
Twilight Sparkle and Applejack belong to and
I agree with you. The very fact that you can easily draw absolutely even colored areas is a huge advantage of the digital way.
So I took a mix of techniques for my Zelda-Crossover at Day 10 that I wanted to be colored. I drew the outlines with a pencil, scanned it in and colored it digitally, so I could benefit from the advantages you mentioned. It's still way more work though because the outlines also need some rework, of course. But for the time being it's away that works reasonably fine.
And Klark, don't worry. Monochromatic pencil or charcoal drawings can have a very own charm and are a challenge in their own way. And when I look at your statistics it seems that people view your ponys at least. So don't get discouraged.
xonxt, the picture isn't that bad. Technically maybe not your best work, but I really like the idea. And I like your OC. Nice coloring (especially the eyes), nice facial expression (in you avatar especially ), the bond together tail looks nice and his slightly tousled coat looks really likeable. What's his cutie mark? A binary brush?
Keep up the good work.