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Tracing, and What you Should Know about ItAllo allo, artist speaking here, and I’d like to talk about tracing and why apparently some people don’t seem to understand why it’s bad. It’s not necessarily bad in it’s own right, but we tend to address it by the problem at which one’s hard work is stolen by another.
8-26-15 Edit: Removed and replaced one of the paragraphs ‘cause it was pretty bad~
Tracing is the act of copying another work by superimposing over another work, be it through tracing paper or an additional layer in a digital art program. Anything that essentially let’s you copy the original work with accuracy if you so choose.
This act is normally used to create a new copy without features such as sketch lines, to make a copy of one’s own artwork, or for people to train themselves in the anatomy and/or to train their drawing hand so as to improve. These methods are totally fine.
When it comes to addressing tracing however, we also include
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