I'm in AP 2D Design, and a good portion of my artwork is digitally drawn. My traditional pieces aren't great, so I don't want to turn them in for quality.
However, I discussed this with my teacher, and she said that digital artwork can be mistaken for photo manipulations or photography, and some people think computers do all the work in digital.
She explained it could hurt me if I turn in too many of my digital pieces in the form of prints for quality - to the point where it could drop me from a 5 to a 4.
I'm a little dismayed because all my best traditional pieces have been auctioned off or gifted, and good traditional artwork takes a while for me to finish.
Has anyone had any experience with turning in digital artwork for quality? If so, do graders really frown upon digital?
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