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Written by Dave Mora
On Mar 09 , 2013 for Daily Rants

Not all the art is made in Photoshop


We are starting to live in an era where most of the art is created with multiple clicks and Photoshop layers. Now, I am not against that at all so please don’t think I am some kind of digital art hater. I am just starting to get jaded when people are no longer doodling on paper or even writing down their text.

Yes, I admit I hate letting go of the pass. But, I also always embrace the change. I guess part of me always feels that we can embrace the new without loosing the past. Because, sometimes I feel when we let go the pass we somehow start letting go of our selves.

So, I leave you with the video below and and take the time to see what wonderful art can still be created by hand and if you have kids I encourage you to take a moment and sit down with them on a table and simply spend 10 minute doodleling, coloring, or showing them your cursive handwriting – assuming you still remember how to do it 🙂

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