Sunday Mailbag- Toys for Reference?
3 monthes ago - By Tom Richmond
Q: I heard a great tip from Lynn Johnston that she uses toys for references. I always thought that was such a great tip. You can use toys from different angles and can give your more depth than looking at a photo and...some toys can be cheap. I recently bought a farm animal toy pack from Walmart for $3 and a matchbox truck for $1! My question is...do you use toys for references? If so, any examples you can give us when you did?
A: Toys and props are great for references, especially these days where they are often VERY accurate to the real thing... but I seldom use them. Unless it is...
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