From TAMblog: “Larry Brogan: A Lightbox Makes Tracing Easy”

It seems like a no-brainer, but this article makes some solid sense.  I personally prefer using lightboxes over tracing paper because I like the texture of paper (printer or watercolor) over tracing paper; I find it to be much less “slippery”.  When doing a line drawing for a watercolor, it’s also the easiest way to transfer the image to the working surface.

Click the link below to check out Larry’s post on Tattoo Artist Magazine’s blog.

Larry Brogan: A Lightbox Makes Tracing Easy


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