Starsphinx Posted February 5, 2019 Share Posted February 5, 2019 I have been playing around with YouTube, and photoshop - exploring new ways of doing stuff, like using a photograph to produce an illustration. I am just wanting clarification whether I can submit for commercial use illustrations that are not a vector, and whether I still need model releases. I have taken a photograph I took of a footballer - no one famous - and which I have the copyright for. I have used photoshop to produce an illustration from that photograph. The illustration is not a vector (give me a couple of years and I might learn how to do that to stock standard) just a jpeg. I can provide the illustration and the reference image both of which I have full rights to. I cannot provide a model release (nor property releases). So am I OK submitting the illustration with just the reference image? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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