This is a piece representing how I view both traditional and digital art. For me, the two are pretty much interchangeable because I use the same underlying fundamentals for both. I used to be stubbornly stuck to my traditional media and refused to move to digital, but I soon realised how much freedom digital tools gave me and allowed me to create much more ambitious pieces faster, and what I learnt through digital media bled influence straight back into my traditional works.
In this case, digital tools became the second wing that I needed in order to fly.
This is a dragon with stained glass wings. In each shard is a drawing that I have done in recent years and you can zoom in to see them. The orange wing is entirely traditional works while the blue wing is entirely digital works.