Nowadays there is vector based software available that can produce more organic looking lines and structures but the problem is that this is achieved at the cost of increasing filesizes and complexity.SumGuy12314 wrote:But specifically WHAT in raster graphics makes the drawing part superior to vector graphics? In other words, whats the specific reason that you can't do all of those things in vector graphics? What kind of limitations do vector graphics have? Thanks for your reply!
So its at the cost of some of the main "vector" advantages.
Also the process of drawing in TVPaint is very responsive and fast,
i know of no vectorbased software that comes even close to this directness and speed,
and this is a very (if not most) important point for us drawing animators.