Digital art is more popular than ever – and with it comes the need to understand how to properly reference it. Digital art, or art created digitally, can be created in a variety of ways, including digital drawing, 3D modeling, digital painting and animation. While digital art is a relatively new form of creation, the rules for referencing it are largely the same as for any other form of art.
When referencing digital art, you should provide the name of the artist or creator followed by the title of the work. If the work has been published, you should provide details of where it was published (e.g., website URL) and when (date). You may also choose to include additional information such as medium used (e., 3D software), size of artwork or resolution.
It is also important to note that when referencing digital art you may need to refer to different copyright laws than those typically associated with traditional forms of art such as paintings and sculptures. Many artists who create digital artwork retain their copyright unless they explicitly state otherwise or enter into an agreement with another party granting them permission to use the work in a particular way. It is important to respect these copyright laws when referencing digital artwork.
In addition to providing basic information about an artwork when referencing digital art, you should also consider including information about how you accessed the artwork (e., online gallery or website). Providing this additional information can help readers better contextualize and understand your reference.
In conclusion, understanding how to reference digital art correctly is essential for any artist or student hoping to use this type of artwork in their work. It is important that all creators provide basic information about an artwork when referencing it such as title, artist name and publication details if applicable; additionally they should ensure that they are respecting any copyright laws associated with the work. Finally, providing additional details such as how one accessed the artwork can help readers better understand and contextualize your reference.