digital, because if i can get a handle on it, i think i can do a better job of integrating color into my work, as well as making it more precise and 'clean'. unfortunately, drawing or coloring via mouse or my laptop touch pad is extremely awkward, and i resort to straight-line segments; it takes a while. and while trying out a friend's tablet, i still felt an awkward disconnect...
and food! well, my artistry would likely be limited to randomly making pies eggplant-colored and things of that nature.
I do both traditional and digital artwork, but I can actually only do digital colours... I'm always a bit envious of people who actually know what to do with canvas, a brush and paint ^^
and all kinds of artisan crafts. Wood and metal, these cute crocheted animals you see sometimes, sculpting... They're all very different, of course, but I'm utterly bad at all of them xD I can hardly sew on a button.
Also, I love to write, and I think I'm not even bad at it, but I can't post it here because I only ever write in dutch. I don't really know how to achieve the same effects and style and such in english. Always makes me wish that my mother tongue would've been a 'bigger' language, like spanish or english, or maybe chinese ^^ would've been much easier But I study english now at uni, so I hope I'll become better ^^ Just a shame that we never get to write any fiction for school assignments, I'd love that.
Various artisan crafts, particularly metalwork. I feel like I've got a passable grasp on the other things listed already, but I've never really studied metalwork, and it's a natural next step from tinkering with basic jewelery.