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Lighting Angle Ref 2 by Melyssah6-Stock Lighting Angle Ref 2 by Melyssah6-Stock
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-You can use the image in any way you want, a portion of it or the whole thing, it doesn't matter to me.
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-As long as you credit me, you can make prints of your artwork that uses my stock, or post to other sites (let me know via comment or note though please so I know what site)
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-You don't have to tell me before you use it, but link me when you are done (I will fave your deviation!)
-Faves are obviously not required, but super appreciated
-If you use as a reference only for things like pose or lighting (in other words, you aren't trying to make your artwork look like my photo) then you do not have to credit me, but I still want to see your artwork when you're done! If you are using it as a reference and are trying to make it look like my photo, then I still expect credit
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Gwenchen93 Jan 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thatīs so helpful ... a realy good idea !!! :happybounce:
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Melyssah6-Stock Jan 23, 2013  Student General Artist
Thank you ^.^
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:iconwikiiii:
thank you for the stock , very good :)
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lldimall Dec 28, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
awesome! :la: are you gonna make one with the lightsource directly BEHIND the head? i always have problems with that kind of lighting :c
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Melyssah6-Stock Dec 31, 2012  Student General Artist
I currently have one shot (it will be posted as lighting angle 5) where I have my two lamps behind the head, though they are a bit off to the side in an attempt to keep them out of the frame (though that rarely works for me no matter where the lamps are positions ;c )
It might be a bit before they're up, but if it isn't sufficient I'm okay with shooting another with the lamps directly behind the head :)
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MatsuRD Dec 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
oohhh!!! more awesome stuff! *watch*
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Melyssah6-Stock Dec 31, 2012  Student General Artist
Oh, thank you! :huggle:
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WinsomeLosesome Dec 27, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
useful!
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Melyssah6-Stock Dec 27, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks :)
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:icongeekyalias:
Really good! Did you ever do a set with the light moving and the head staying in one position?
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