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Physical or Digital Artbooks
Aura24 Platinum Sparx Gems: 6561
#1 Posted: 08:31:08 11/11/2016 | Topic Creator
Which version would you guys prefer when purchasing artbooks? The physical artbook, or its digital version?
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Bifrost Prismatic Sparx Gems: 10139
#2 Posted: 08:43:32 11/11/2016
Both really. Digital means it's more acessible, especially for independent teams, and usually they can put the art in the best resolution, while physical means you can look at it whenever.
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#3 Posted: 09:55:54 11/11/2016
I lean towards physical, but the digital artbooks are great for high resolution images and makes image sharing easier. So both.
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#4 Posted: 16:37:41 11/11/2016
PHYSICAL! I don't like reading books on screen, or novels, more so. Picture books and comics are fine.
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#5 Posted: 19:14:08 11/11/2016
Physical because I would like to be able to hold the book in my hands and digital because I tend to not have enough storage space in my room while the only space a digital book would take up is in the device.
Bryman04 Gold Sparx Gems: 2116
#6 Posted: 04:52:33 12/11/2016
I prefer digital, you can modify an illustration to it's best quality, correct errors, but print is nice because you can physically own it.
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#7 Posted: 23:49:32 08/12/2016
I hate the idea of digital books. I much prefer to physically own a book. So that means I prefer physical art books! Hard cover, preferably!!
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Waaksian Emerald Sparx Gems: 4906
#8 Posted: 14:04:23 09/12/2016
It's practical to have both, but there's a certain feeling that comes with holding a physical artbook. It's hard to place what it is, but it's nice.
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