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Anthony
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Current Age: 23, Current Residence: Calgary, Alberta, deviantWEAR sizing preference: Men's M, Print preference: 8" x 10", Operating System: windows vista, Personal Quote: "My legacy is what I choose it to be, and it will prevail"
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Journal Entry: Tue Oct 25, 2011, 9:32 AM


BlogTV Broadcast
follow the link provided to view some anime and art work :D see ya all there

Well the first stream was pretty good, thanks for all who stopped by.
When I'm not running off a notebook I'll see what I can do about better quality.
Will be doing another Halloween special stream this coming weekend.
Nothing particularly in mind but will be doodling. :D


News:
Nov, 13, 2011
Chocolate and Vanilla complete, if I don't have to work tomorrow night then I'll be working on my commissions.


Nov, 1, 2011
The humble beginning of movember, streaming tonight out of pure boredom, join me!


Oct, 31, 2011
Happy Halloween everyone, I hope you all are having safe and mindless fun.
streaming tonight for more scary and spooky fun doodles. XD Tune in.


Oct, 28th, 2011
I now have a new web cam, so I'll be adding sketching to my streams, YAY!!!

  • Listening to: shuffled music
  • Reading: what I currently typed

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CrazyCray0n Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Roses are red, violets are blue, your breaking copyright law, yes you!
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NasikaSakura Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
It seems like some, like of Hinata in your Features gallery behind Sakura's back, is a re-draw form a scene in the anime. Just do the same as I said before -- specify where it is original is from--The Naruto anime, and the episode number preferably, and if you do not remember the episode number, then just say it is a re-draw from the anime.
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NasikaSakura Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013  Student Traditional Artist

Hi there. Do not worry, I am not here to flame you, just to clarify.

 

I heard about the thievery and so I looked through your gallery.

I saw something I commonly see with younger or less experience artists on Da (I am surprised however to see this from such a long-time member).

 

I see a lot of re-draws of pictures from mangas and other peoples' fanarts.

 

You need to credit the image you are re-drawing (or heavy referencing) in respect to the original artist's hard work to make the original composition. In reality, re-draws are not allowed on DeviantART (see bellow), but the community is not so angered by this as long as the original sources are properly credited.

 

Keep in mind that when you upload something to this site, it automatically publishes your picture with a copyright to your username. So even if you are not claiming you made the original idea/picture in your own words, if you do not credit the original source/artist for the picture, and not just the series title, you are indirectly claiming it-- unintentional, or tactical, art thievery.

 

You can credit it with a direct link to the original image, or writing out your source such as the volume/chapter/page number the image is from in the manga. :meow: If you do not remember where it is from, just write in the description that it is a "re-draw" of an image that is not your own.

 

This is also needed for most "heavy referencing." By this, is mainly using the original image as a base to re-draw the same pose or another aspect exactly as it is shown, and just changing certain features (such as the eye style or the hair).

 

Mimicry art is a great learning tool, but breaks copyright laws and deviantARt's own rules (I'll provide references of this bellow). They are wonderful to use offline for practice, but shouldn't be uploaded, especially unaccredited, into an art website: DeviantART especially since DeviantART provides a copyright to every image you upload into your username.

 

With as much practice as you have had to learn how different artists use line and angles to make an image, you should be able to make your own by now. Try branching out further into developing your own independent skills. It might not be what you would like at first, but you'll never get any better without trying. :)

 

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Resources:

:bulletblack: FAQ #157: Can I use things created by other people in my submissions?

:bulletblack: FAQ #217: What are "Stock and Resources" and can I use them in my submissions?

One of the examples of copyright infringement, as dictated in writing in DeviantART's own copyright policy about.deviantart.com/policy/co… , includes: "Adapting someone else's creative work found in one medium to another medium, such as making a book into a movie or a photograph into a painting."

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SatoshiD Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2013  Student Digital Artist
why people think youre an art thief ? ... the most important proof is that u were in da for 8 years .. that alone proves that ure not an art thief :/ ..
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MaddysArtWork Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't think this is tracing...I can tell if just that you have learned more from heavy reference more than anything and people just don't look at it close enough thats all :) Maybe some time some more original pieces will come from you but for now, I still believe your drawing them yourself! 
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