When it comes to cartooning, for the most part, it doesn’t always matter what you use. You can draw with a marker, ink, on a computer, with a crayon or – if you can figure out how – smoke signals. There ARE differences though. And is one way better than the other? (Well, they all might beat drawing with smoke signals. That sounds tough.)
I’m going to take a brief look at TRADITIONAL vs DIGITAL.
You probably hear tech come up more often than not with practically anything these days, but traditional has a lot of advantages (and disadvantages). Same can be said for digital.
You don’t have to particularly be tech-savvy or traditional savvy to be a cartoonist.
I’ve gone from one to the other, and resort back to things from time to time. This is a close look at my process and my take on the two mediums.