I'm interested in creating graphics on a computer rather than drawing them out.
I draw out things by hand, copy them onto the computer, and then trace over them with tools in a program called Gimp.
The trouble is that the lines always end up looking dirty or pixelated.
I did some research and found that I vector graphics may help the images scale better. But even before I scale them, they look really pixelated no matter what shapes or brush sizes/types I use.
Am I using the wrong tool/technique? Would it be better to try and get one of those pads that you draw on that automatically renders your drawing to a computer screen?
I tried to narrow the question down, but I'm really new to computer graphics and I'm not sure how to pinpoint what the problem is.