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I've spent a lot of time thinking about its pros and cons... and finally...
RULES: THEME 1 >Draw these two as a cute couple! BUT It doesn't mean you should draw huggles kisses etc. Nothing too sweet. I don't like soft nothings. Remember we're not only a couple, but best friends. When imagining a plot for your entry, think of pillow fight, of fishing together, of visiting a clothes shop together, him combing my hair... etc. As much life there's in your entry, as much chance you have to win. Draw them in ANTHRO only. They wear street fashion clothes, I mean, tight jeans and sneakers, check shirts, bright prints, ethnic sweaters, leather jackets etc. Kez also can wear knee-length puffy skirts and dresses. Also, if you dress both of them into same type of costume clothing (ex
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I was very disappointed.
-watch Novawuff . :/
As for me, photo referencing is OK, even my art teacher said that "photos are artists' models of the XXIth century". When you reference a photo, it's OK! It helps you to get better, to study shapes and colour, etc.
No. No. No.
Say "NO" to tracing, it's just like you left a shoe print in the sand and call it "your original piece".
When you trace, you just copy everything, and it's not educative for you in any way. You do a duplicator/jellygraph job.
But when you reference, you let the ref image go through your logic/mind, you create your own vision of it, you train your eye accuracy, and then you comprehend it. It's like you do a conspectus of the book's paragraph instead of just copying it word in word, comma in comma etc. Referencing a photo is the same as referencing real objects (plain airs, still-lifes from nature, etc).