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As anyone who uses stock photos for referencing or photo manips can attest, it can be difficult to find quality stock images featuring models of colour. Fortunately, with enough digging (of which I have spent hours doing), there are many great stock images in the DeviantArtVerse!
In order to aid our BAS artists and especially give thanks and appreciation to dA stock providers - I present this feature Recognizing BlackArt Stock.



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    :iconrandom-acts-stock: 


   Jaimie stock 5 by Random-Acts-Stock  Jaimie stock 15 by Random-Acts-Stock    Ty stock 5 by Random-Acts-Stock   Ty stock 16 by Random-Acts-Stock   Ty stock 1 by Random-Acts-Stock   London Folk 10 by Random-Acts-Stock   London Folk 35 by Random-Acts-Stock  African facial stock by Random-Acts-Stock   African facial stock 6 by Random-Acts-Stock   African facial stock 4 by Random-Acts-Stock   Secret service stock 41 by Random-Acts-Stock   Secret service stock 14 by Random-Acts-Stock   Four lions on a square stock20 by Random-Acts-Stock  


 
    :iconahrum-stock:   


Monday Bloody Monday by Ahrum-Stock    Gratuitous Swording 16 by Ahrum-Stock   Gratuitous Swording 51 by Ahrum-Stock   6 String Dreams 31 by Ahrum-Stock   6 String Dreams 27 by Ahrum-Stock   6 String Dreams 34 by Ahrum-Stock all that jazz 34 by Ahrum-Stock   all that jazz 32 by Ahrum-Stock   Taming the Wild 10 by Ahrum-Stock   Taming the Wild 7 by Ahrum-Stock   Close Enough 1 by Ahrum-Stock   Swanky Pants 36 by Ahrum-Stock   Swanky Pants 17 by Ahrum-Stock   Right Arm of Judgement 28 by Ahrum-Stock  Right Arm of Judgement 29 by Ahrum-Stock    Edge Master Encore 10 by Ahrum-Stock 

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Orpheo 29 by Ahrum-Stock
  



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  Tribal IX - Fierce by BlooDoveStock Tribal XIV - Thinker by BlooDoveStock   Tribal II - Bow by BlooDoveStock   Glacies Portrait II by BlooDoveStock   Wasteland XXXVII - Infiltrate by BlooDoveStock  

Mature Content

Bloo I - Moment by BlooDoveStock
  



  :iconsinned-angel-stock:   


   JEDI best friend by Sinned-angel-stock   Best friend 1 by Sinned-angel-stock   James being dumb by Sinned-angel-stock   James on the phone by Sinned-angel-stock   African god by Sinned-angel-stock   Proud by Sinned-angel-stock  



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   stock 61 by Veyga   stock 60 by Veyga   stock 67 by Veyga   stock 54 by Veyga   stock 50 by Veyga   stock 55 by Veyga


 

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   Hadzabe People Stock 5 by BirdsistersStock   Hadzabe People Stock 8 by BirdsistersStock   Hadzabe People Stock 7 by BirdsistersStock   Hadzabe People Stock 6 by BirdsistersStock   Hadzabe People Stock 1 by BirdsistersStock    Hadzabe People Stock 4 by BirdsistersStock
  



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  renfairstock_moorishman1 by PilgrimSoul   renfairstock_africantrader by PilgrimSoul     




 :iconlongstock: 


   Lola: Hot For Teacher 7 by LongStock   Lola: Hot For Teacher 2 by LongStock   Lola: Hot For Teacher 4 by LongStock




 :iconmo-nabbach: 
 
 
   Stock Model 33 by Mo-Nabbach   Stock Model 43 by Mo-Nabbach   Stock Model 29 by Mo-Nabbach   



   :iconsoniajosie:   


   STOCK ~ Graceful by SoniaJosie   STOCK ~ Stand Still by SoniaJosie   STOCK ~ Lantern Walk by SoniaJosie   STOCK ~ Lost by SoniaJosie




 :iconwhitewing-stock-etal:
          

  Desert Steampunk 11 by WhiteWing-Stock-EtAl   Desert Steampunk 13 by WhiteWing-Stock-EtAl   Desert Steampunk 7 by WhiteWing-Stock-EtAl  Desert Steampunk 12 by WhiteWing-Stock-EtAl 
 


   :iconmare-wrath: 


   Danielle 14 by mare-wrath-stock   Danielle 6 by mare-wrath-stock     Danielle 8 by mare-wrath-stock   Danielle 9 by mare-wrath-stock  


 


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