Can I learn to draw only by using digital tools like tablets? I dont like to draw on paper simply because I dont have money to buy pencils and other shit and on a tablet you can do anything you want.
Also does it mean anything if I can paint in Photoshop but cant paint in real life?
>cannot afford paper and pencils
Of course you can. You will lose mobility though, at some point this will be important to just walk around and draw people, cars, wildlife, whatever your premises can offer.
As for painting, I heard about guy who printed chink render, applied some sort of transparent oil on top and it was looking like it was painted with traditional tools
>simply because I dont have money to buy pencils and other shit
So blowing a few hundred dollars on a tablet is affordable but spending basically 10 cents per pencil and probably cheaper per sheet of printing paper is unreasonable? You don't need to get fucking high end sketchbooks and fancy pencils, you can use a goddamn orange school grade HB pencil, paper you put in your damn printer that they sell for peanuts, and a bic ball point pen.
If you don't want to draw on paper just say so but don't cite cost as an excuse. Drawing can be an incredibly inexpensive hobby if you buy basic materials.
Anyway, yes, you can learn just find on tablet, but I still recommend you do both.
>Can I learn to draw only by using digital tools like tablets?
Yes but paper/canvas is a much richer medium. There's stuff you can do with paper/pen/brush that you can never do in current tech, or at best poorly emulate it.
It's a lot easier to get rich textured paintings on paper/canvas than on a computer, but a computer is fine for emulating just pens.