This subcategory causes a lot of confusion amongst deviants. Though many believe it is for artworks that were created with both traditional and digital media, it actually isn't - here is where you'll submit your art that was created using two or more different traditional tools, often pieces that contain both wet and dry media. However, even if the work was made with either only dry or wet tools, it also falls within this category.
This subcategory is for traditional artworks created with wet tools, usually also requiring a brush. If your art was created using watercolors, oils, acrylics, tea, coffee and alike, this is the place to submit them!
Tomorrow I'll talk about the miscats regarding Manga&Anime and Fan Art categories.
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