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When posting art you didn't make, credit the original artist in the title and provide a source link. If you cannot find the original creator, then please try using SauceNAO or IQDB. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Which reverse image searcher did you use? I used iqdb and saucenao and both of them gave me the souce. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
You can work around this problem by uploading the image file to IQDB (it's a reverse image board search results aggregator). It helps you locate the source through the suggested image boards. There are also two very powerful search engines referenced in IQDB: SauceNAO and ascii2d. Unfortunately, they're sort of downplayed in the results, but they're excellent at their job, nonetheless. If you prefer not to rely on... - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Unfortunately, none of the artworks posted by this user belong to them. I've provided the original artwork/artist for you, please use image indexers like SauceNAO or IQDB to help you next time. - Source: Reddit / 29 days ago
Hint: provide a link to the source artwork in the comments, not just in the title. Please use SauceNAO or IQDB to help you. - Source: Reddit / 7 days ago
You should try this app:https://camfindapp.com/. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
SauceNAO - SauceNAO is a reverse image search engine.
TinEye - Reverse Image Search to help find an image's source, duplicates or altered versions.
RevIMG - RevIMG is a reverse visual search engine.
Google Lens - Discover information about something by taking a photo
NooBox - NooBox is a Chrome Extension that provides useful functions, such as: Multi-engine Reverse image search, Extract Images, Screenshot & Search
trace.moe - Find the origin of an anime still or similar picture