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Hello folks!

Thanks so much for all the new watchers and favorites! I'm trying to sync my FA and my IB together. I didn't realize there was an awesome site to do so: http://fa2ib.welcomefur.com/

I didn't quite do it correctly, so things are a bit out of place, but at least if you are looking for my artworks in general, it's all here on IB now! (well, I have about one more page to upload.. I'll do it before next weekend sometime.)

Just wanted to say THANK YOU for your support!! I appreciate any watches, favorites, and comments. Thank you thank you...

And remember, you can find me on other places online:
Furaffinity: http://www.furaffinity.net/user/quelico/
InkBunny: https://inkbunny.net/quelico
Weasyl: https://www.weasyl.com/~quelico
DeviantArt: http://quelico.deviantart.com/
*Hentai Foundry: http://www.hentai-foundry.com/user/Quelico/profile
*Furry Network: https://beta.furrynetwork.com/quelico/
*SoFurry: https://quelico.sofurry.com/

* majorly needs to be updated


I heard from someone at Califur, that Hentai Foundry owns your artwork (and can post anywhere, blah blah blah)? Sort of like, Facebook and Instagram????? If that is truly the case, I'll probably not be posting there as much! I don't like that idea that a corporation can just use someone's artwork for their own promotion (which is awesome in a sense), but they don't give you credit... :/

Anywho, those are some sites to find me. Thanks again, folks!
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3 years ago
I suspect that Hentai Foundry thing is just based on their terms allowing them to display your art to others, which is a right they - and Facebook and Instagram - kinda have to have when you submit it to the site. I mean, unless you find it on a mug or something sold under their license. :-)
3 years ago
Yes, which means they can make advertisements using your artwork, without paying you for it, or saying who made said artwork.... Which I am not for. :/

And also, yes, it's great that one might be getting their artwork used for such advertisements... but without credit, what's the point!
3 years ago
Artists typically have the right to be identified as the author of a work, although whether the specific work you're thinking of is legally protected under that law is beyond my knowledge.

And I meant more - the purpose of the site is to display art, they need to have that right in order to do so, for their own protection. Otherwise you could upload art to their server, then say "I never gave you the right to show that art - you owe me $1 million."

Honestly, I think you should just ask them about it. If what you fear is not what they intended, then they should be able to say so, and maybe clarify their terms officially. And if they do, that'd be the time to get worried and take art down. :-)

The policies in question are their General Terms (section 0e) and their Submission Policy (section 5). None of them seem particularly unreasonable to me; almost all are things that Inkbunny does; again, just as part of serving your art to other people on our site.

The only thing I can think of that we don't do is 'To "watermark" said thumbnails, resized versions, or "downloads" of the artwork image for identification and association as a submission to HF, if or where deemed necessary.' That's possibly what the person at Califur was thinking about.

Looking at the site, though, I can't actually see them doing that. Maybe they did in the past, especially back when bandwidth was more expensive and they wanted to dissuade hot-linkers.
3 years ago
Haha, though, as you may or may not have noticed: I watermark every work uploaded,... unless it's a trade artwork, gift artwork, or artwork I did of my own characters for fun. Most of my submissions of artwork is commission work: I watermark all commission related artwork. This is something I personally do to make it a bit more "special" for the person who has commissioned me to draw the artwork.

If they choose to, they can upload it without the watermark (I obviously don't send them the final artwork with the watermark on it) - in the rare case, I'll upload artwork without watermarks if I see that the commissioner had done the same.

(and sometimes I plum forget)


Right now I don't have the time to research into jumping into FB to further expand my audience, but when I do get a chance, I'll be looking into it. Everything I'm avoiding is all hear-say.
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