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RoareyRaccoon

My Attitude Concerning Art

The thing I love most about the internet is the aspect that allows people to share content for free, so people can get an idea of something before they buy it. When it comes to my own art I have certain views that I want to put down here so people don't have to keep asking me for permission and stuffs. Basically, anything I've drawn that isn't a commission is fair game for people to take, edit, colour and post what they've done to it. If it's a commission then the image isn't mine anymore, it's my customers', so if you want to do something with a commissioned image you need to ask the person who bought it.

I would be somewhat pissy if people took my art and edited it to make money off it without offering me any royalties, but so far that hasn't happened, haha. But yeah, please feel free to use my work to practice with and post it around too without fear of me getting pissed off.
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Added: 6 years, 3 months ago
 
Lando
6 years, 3 months ago
I think it's fine, as long as they credit the original artist
RoareyRaccoon
6 years, 3 months ago
Yeah credit is nice XP. This is just towards my own stuff though, other artists can have whatever policy they wish XP.
CashewLou
6 years, 3 months ago
When I post artwork, I do my best not only to credit the artist, but the characters in the artwork--not only on the image itself, but it the notes accompanying it when I post it. I prefer this for two reasons:

1) Those who create the line art and coloring DESERVE the credit, and it should be noted.

2) It's frustrating to see a pic I really like, and not be able to research and find other artwork by the artist in question. If there isn't a clear logo/watermark or signature, it only takes a few extra seconds to add a © notation on the image naming the artist. Ultimately, it works to the artist's advantage (unless, of course, some asshole removes the logo or signature) because it gives a potential fan/customer an easier path to finding more of the artist's work.
soggymaster
6 years, 3 months ago
I find your policy regarding your personal art extremily generous considering that you are a professional artist in the dictionary definition of the term, and I applaud you for being so generous.

I know that generocity on the Internet sees no bounds.  Just look at all the contributors to open source projects who do so for no compensation.  All the professionals who hold fundraisers for true, legitimate charities like Charity Water.  But that's me ranting now.
*applause*
cooncub
6 years, 3 months ago
Most artist wouldn't allow this but your so kind to allow others to use your poses and change them. But agree that if they were to sell it that would be a misjustice to your hard work. And as said they should state that the org idea for the art came from you souly.
AlexanderPony
6 years, 2 months ago
thank you roarz you just answerd so questions for me you're da man
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