In a journal I wrote these words:
"Digital Art is a media like any other. It's not for lazy artists, it's not for people who can't paint with traditional paints. I'm tired of explaining to people that it's not the computer that does the work, that digital paintings are done by hand and that a computer doesn't make everybody an artist (in the serious meaning)."
I said I was tired of explaining, but I'll do it again. So I can link people to this page when I'm in a similar situation. Here I go:
CrankBot commented on the above: "good point, but it will take at least a few more decades and a certain 'disenchantment of the audiences' about the digital media before you see this point as widely acceptable."
He touches a point that every generation has to go through. A certain fear for evolution/change. We're rolling our eyes at old people complaining how easy it is for us kids. We just don't know we'll do the same to the