I'd appreciate if you din't reference from any of these. On my experience, references start circulating from one user to another, and end up losing all credit and proper respect for the original art in which they were inspired. ^^ Thank you for asking.
StarvinRabidFeatured By OwnerFeb 15, 2012Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well not like copy the pose or even how the feet are at all Just look at the toes and reference for how realistic they look. Say if I was drawing the bottoms of someones feet. I'd never copy a work from another artist, it's dishonest, and not my own at that point
I only meant what I said before referring to using it as base-reference. I've had trouble with those thing before, in dA. I found a fourth or fifth step in a chain of users copying each other, from what was originally a drawing of mine. And had to contact each one of them asking for they to include proper credits, or simply removal. I know there's no crime on it, but it is very a frustrating, and somewhat humiliating, when people do that with things that don't belong to themselves.
Now, being that you meant to use this or any of my artwork, only as a source of anatomy's information, or even as inspiration, that is different. :3 I'd be most pleased if you found them helpful to you. <3
And have my apologies, if you feel I overreacted before.
StarvinRabidFeatured By OwnerFeb 18, 2012Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah, I can see where you're coming from, that sounds awfully annoying Not to mention, very unsettling... I don't know why people do that to themselves and other artists, because it doesn't help them to becoming greater artists and it's frustrating to the original artist, whom they're trying to replicate
That and it's just not right D:
But yes, just for anatomical reasons, because I find it very accurate, and it's something I strive for in my own art, thank you for allowing me to! :3
And I don't think you overreacted at all given what's happened in the past on o