When i uploaded post #994416, I noticed that graphite_(medium) implicates traditional_media. That implication is problematic, since the wiki page for traditional_media states that the tag is for images "drawn entirely without the assistance of a computer" (emphasis mine).
In my opinion, a *_(medium) tag conveys valuable information when applied to an image where a significant and clearly visible part was done in the specified medium, even if the image also contains some CG details (like the spot_color on post #994416). I propose that we either remove the implications from the medium tags or redefine traditional_media to include images with CG details. In the latter case, entirely CG-free images could instead be tagged with no_cg, pure_traditional_media or something like that.
Edit: More appropriate thread title.
Updated by Cyberia-Mix