Can digital drawing help with traditional drawing

Is it easier to draw digitally?

I myself enjoy drawing traditionally and have never tried digital drawing, but can digital drawing still be called art? With Photoshop you can edit almost anything as you want.
You can edit almost anything with Photoshop, that's right. But if you want to edit something, it must have been created beforehand. Even if an image is created digitally, someone has to be able to do it, be it craft or art.
Chiara Ludwig
Photoshop is a double-edged sword. You can correct a lot with it, but you also run the risk of being dominated by Photoshop. I wouldn't say digital drawing is easy.
Art (at least in image form) is not defined by neat lines and so on, but by the basics: perspective, composition, choice of colors, lighting conditions, contrasts and so on. Photoshop can't help with this - you can use it to post-process colors and so on, but that doesn't help if you don't know which colors work well together.
Joachim played
I would even say that digital drawing is more difficult in some areas. It has already been said that you run the risk of being dominated by Photoshop. You also have to be careful with Photoshop that an image doesn't end up looking too digital (and thus impersonal). And the fact that you don't look where you hold your pen also makes a lot more difficult. It can take a few months to get used to it.