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Tutorial 14 Photoref to make the difference by AquaSixio Tutorial 14 Photoref to make the difference by AquaSixio
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KuseSora Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Student General Artist
I'm learnt a lot! Thank you!!!
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Juuuuliet Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Student General Artist
This is extremely helpful, your criativity is so inspiring :) thank you for taking the time to make this!
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MasoudBahal Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Wonderful.
Congratulations Dude:)
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tallouh Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2013
i used your tutorial for some help... your tutorials explained and clarified a lot of things to me. ty so much for putting the time together to make your tuts fav.me/d6pvc90 (it's kinda silly compared to what you create)
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selenaloong Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013  Student Digital Artist
This is a great tutorial!! THank you very much! :D
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LuminaMaridia Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2013
OhmyGosh thanks so much! So so inspiring! I'm finally getting my project done now. T_T  I was afraid of using references. 
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nyrge Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Student General Artist
Freehand drawing purists might want to have a look at this before commenting: neolucida.com/history/
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reddragon666 Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2013
Well for as long as I have skimmed through this debate and it's comments relegating tracing to cheating, to stock photos and copyright laws. Here's something many of you may not have considered. Who CARES how art is made? If a person snags a photo from Google of a Olympic Swimmer diving into the water and uses THAT pose for a superhero in flight, does that make this artist a liar and a thief? No.  Also its like this, if people are really going to bitch and whine about wither an artist used a reference or not, and claiming this artist needs to "cite their source." then I guess if the artist lost or deleted their photo; then they would be at the internet for HOURS just trying to find the original photo. There are thousands upon thousands of stock photos based on ONE subject alone. 

People also need to realize this, did anyone ever take a look at an Art book of a video game before? You can't tell me video game concept artists, or comic book artists don't use reference photos. If they can get by with it, so can we. You know why? Because the target audience of those groups are only interested in the final product. 
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bopx Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Student General Artist
 No, it doesn't make them a liar or a thief. However, it does demonstrate a poor understanding of the human subject matter and conveys that the artist is not willing to dedicate any real time to understanding human forms.
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reddragon666 Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2013
So..what? An artist or game designer has to dedicate more time to study when they are short on time? Suppose you have an important deadline to meet for a big commission; if you spend 100+ hours studying anatomy instead of getting the final product done, the your client's gonna be pissed. I guess an "honest" hard days work of working is better than taking an "easier route". And yes for the record, I have studied anatomy for quite some time but I have also learned that clients don't care how the foundation is constructed, they want the final project now. 
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