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Digital Painting 024 - Starting over

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Wow... it has been so long since I have uploaded... I started college a few months ago so ya I've been busy, now that this semester is winding down I have some time...
I will be posting art from my classes shortly but not yet.
So here is my first ok piece after returning to digital art... and boy was it hard.
I don't know why but digital is sooo hard and frustrating to me. I use sketchbook pro and a wacom tablet. I really want to get photoshop because there is way more functionality with it and it seems like I could get brushes that do what I want there. sketchbook pro just doesn't offer anything useful for me, and to be honest the only professional artists that use sketchbook pro are industrial designers.They draw thing, cars and things like that, which is still hard to do. When I can afford it I will get a subscription for adobe cloud...
Anyways I will continue to try and use what I have, And suffer through it.
Thanks for looking and as always I am open to any and all tips and advice.
If you rate me 2 or under tell why below otherwise your very discouraging, explanations might actually help.
MACGYVR

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Really like the feel of this piece. Sets a moody tone

MACGYVR responds:

Thanks! Like something is fixin to go down...

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MACGYVR
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Uploaded
Nov 20, 2016
3:41 PM EST
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2000 x 1721 px
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