Oh gosh this is so good. I was trying to explain to some friends at uni about how the choice of colors affect volumes but I just couldn't and sdflkajdfasd I thought I understood but I was lying to myself all along.
thanks for the tips! it actually helps a lot to go back to the basics to review em then reach out to go past your comfort zone and extend your knowledge! which i think was what this tutorial has done for me! im off to my drawing board to experiment with your theories! salamat po!!! > w < <3
"Drawings belong to their respective artists" isn't adequate credit. If you don't know the sources, then you don't use them- And even if you did credit them properly, you shouldn't ever use someone else's art in something like this without their explicit permission in addition to real sourcing. Which means you need to tell them what you're doing, ask if they're okay with it, since their art is their property, and ONLY use it if you get the okay to do so. As an artist, yourself, you should know this.
All sorts of people are jumping on your shit about this (and while I agree that the work should be sourced, there's better ways to go about it than jumping down your throat). Anyway, I pull a bunch of stuff from the internet and shove it into inspiration folders too. A lot of times the artist of the piece gets lost in the process.
BUT! Google has a way you can search via image which is totally neat. You can just upload the picture to imgur or another image hosting site, put the URL into google, hit search, then hit "search by image" and it should show you the source. Pretty nifty for this kind of stuff! Tineye.com is also useful for backwards image searching.
even if they're weird names you should credit them. go to your inspiration folder and edit the tutorial putting their usernames in there. did you even get permisssion to use these as examples? if not you should probably go apologize for doing so!
Fantastic tutorial! Very well written/explained. I started learning about this about a month ago, and since then the idea slowly started to fade from my priorities because I wasn't practising enough. But this was a great reminder of what I'm lacking, and I'll be sure to focus on it next. Thanks for the help!