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Thread: Legitimacy of photo referencing

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    Since a very early age, we're taught to abhor any sort of copying or cheating-- but the fact of the matter is if it is your own reference material, you have nothing to worry about as long as you're up front about it. And it's not about saying "I traced this photo I took--" it's more like "I took the time to get the references I needed for this project and used this photo to create the artwork."

    Just be honest, and don't sell yourself short.
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