How to use references for concept art

How to use references for concept art
How to use references in concept art. This video shows you how I use references in concept art. There are many ways to use references for concept art and illustration. Using references doesn’t not mean copying from the source. It involves a lot of gathering idea, research, and experiment until you arrive to the solution or your concept art piece.

today are we are going to talk about how I used references. A proper way to utilize the references in illustration and concept art. There’s a big different between copying a photo and using a reference. So a lot of time, I will get a question, did you use the reference but usually. But what it really means is, did you copy from a photo somewhere? I think a lot of people still have a misconception about how to properly use reference. For beginners, study or copying for practice purpose is fine. But in the concept art or illustration world, you cannot do that. We use references to strengthen the look and feels of the piece. Look at the actual object and study them, not copying them right out.

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In making concept art or illustrations, there are many ways to use references. When you are making art for games, especially these days and age realism is very important. You have to make sure that what you make are accurate.

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