Traditional all the way, man! The only thing I do digitally is editing. For me the process is much more enjoyable and satisfying, also I like that organic look that you can't really replicate digitally. Also there's nothing like holding the physical finished product in your hand. I did work digitally for a time, probably close to 10 years ago, but it's such a frustrating process. I would use it for maybe thumbnailing, redlining someones work in a critique, or doing some quick thing that requires no effort but apparently it now makes me motion sick.
That's a bold statement. I think it depends on what field you work in, like my cousin is a traditional fine artist who works professionally and he makes pretty good money from his clientele. Something like comics, online commissions and graphic design, though? Yeah, I can see how it's better to work digitally due to time and money. I'm not a professional but I know I would probably get more readers (and probably people who would actually want to commission me) if I worked digitally since it's faster and cheaper. Also people are starting to prefer that polished look, as I've gotten people who've said they would only read my comic if it were drawn digitally, and don't like that organic look traditional has.