My Transition from Animation to Digital Art

Ever since the first quarter of 2016, I’ve been enjoying doing Digital Art by using Autodesk Sketchbook Pro for desktop.  A couple months later, I got myself a 12.9 inch iPad Pro along side the Apple Pencil and purchased the $10 app called Procreate and that’s what made me love digital art even more.

But out of nowhere, I became interested in creating animation and for years I’ve been struggling to find the courage I needed to practice animation and I managed to do it.  However, after I practiced animation for a few months, trying to learn animation isn’t as fun as Digital Art and I became less interested in it.  So I officially decided to quit animation.

After I quit animation, I’ve been having some second thoughts.  Because during the time I’m learning animation, I came up with some interesting fictional stories.  But since I’m no longer interested in animation, I asked myself this question and that is: ‘How can I tell the audience my fictional stories without any knowledge of animation?  But somehow, I had an idea on how I can tell a story.  What I can do is draw a single drawing from my iPad Pro, post it to procreate.art, and write down what this artwork is about.

 

-Ethan L.

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