*WE ARE GONNA REDO THIS DESCRIPTION BECAUSE SOME PEOPLE ARE GETTING THE WRONG IDEA*
Art can be made in many different forms. It can be made digitally by an online art making site, Paint Tool SAI, Manga Studio, traditionally, in Scratch's bitmap, and, most of all, Scratch's vector mode....
If you haven't noticed, vector became BIG starting when @ipzy started using it (Not saying she's bad or anything, it's just a fact). Ever since that happened, many people started making their art out of vector... I know it's okay to be inspired by artists, but vector has been the most idolized when there are other good artists out there that don't use vector... Nowadays, in order to be noticed, you are forced to use vector. Otherwise, you won't be noticed as much as your other art deserves...
And another thing-kawaii/cuteness became more noticed as well when the vector trend came out.. It's okay to do it if you like kawaii stuff, but it doesn't mean you should follow the crowd when you don't actually like doing it, it's like making yourself fake.. Artists shouldn't be forced to make things that they don't like to do just to get attention, you should do the things you want to do, but at the same time people still have your attention. We understand most people only have mouses or trackpads but don't have a tablet but look forward, vector isn't the only good thing out there...
@XxDemure_AngelxX does really good traditional art, but sadly not much people get attracted to it when she does it like that than her vector art. She wishes everyone like different types of art than vector (Why do you think she got rid of those old traditional projects she posted in the beginning?)
Everyone should have their own art style and use what they prefer. Not imitate other vector artists to gain popularity. It's okay to use vector. It's okay to use Paint Tool SAI. It's okay to use traditional media. The only thing that matters is the enjoyment you get from art. What is the point of drawing if you're not happy with what program you use or what kind of art is created? Don't force yourself to do what everyone else does. Be yourself.
*Hold on, I'm not done typing the info, there's a lot more to type and also the managers can type more if there's more to say that wasn't mentioned yet
I agree. Why force yourself to use vector art all the time? You might end up liking bitmap more and yet, you don't get many views. Use what type of art you're comfortable with. You don't have to follow the crowd. If you're bad at vector art, don't continue using it. It's better to be comfortable and good at art and get less views instead of the opposite and getting lots of views. Honestly, just be yourself. Have a good profile and for goodness sake, get out there and be a true Scratcher ~ ^^
-Like Ahyun has been telling many people, this studio isn't to attack kawaii artists or vector artists. It's simply to tell you that it's okay, even good, to be different. You don't need to go with the fad in order to get popularity. Stick true to yourself, and who knows, maybe your art style will become the 'next big thing'
Be proud to Be different.
I think that this is VERY true. Sometimes, I log onto Scratch and find that something that only took me a few minutes to do in vector has already gotten more views, more comments, and more likes than any of my other drawings done in bitmap that I'm happy with and worked hard on. Nowadays, people are changing to work on vector, and will start to ignore bitmap and traditional. That's not fair to yourself or the other people who take time to draw something and because they don't do it in vector, people don't think it's as good. Stopping the Art Bias on Scratch may take some time, but will be worth it. Take pride in your art and don't change it to conform to other people's opinions!! Do art for yourself and your enjoyment.
Only add projects that are related to stopping art bias, any other project that's not related, will be deleted off from the studio. Thank you.
The credit for this studio's idea goes to @Shinzi for showing/feeling how much art bias is going around Scratch and how we need to actually change the way people judge art by the way it was created.
Also credit to @The_Icecream_Girl for helping making ideas of what to give out for information
Credit to @Wooli for that saying