“You don’t have to hold back on making a correction because you will ruin the frame,” he added. Even then, he thinks paper is a legacy that will always find its way back. “We try to make digital sketches with paper texture. It is a common thing,” he says. Technology makes skill easier, but Vimal assures that it has not, and never will change the way art is conceived and transferred. “Computers can’t tell you what to draw. It only assists,” he pointed out.
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