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[PSD] Pikachu [Signature Request] by D-Costarelo [PSD] Pikachu [Signature Request] by D-Costarelo
Here's a quick reply at Pika's request thread at [link] [General Link]

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mastergray Nov 18, 2012  Student General Artist
shihi cute!
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D-Costarelo Nov 19, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you !
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mastergray Nov 20, 2012  Student General Artist
no problem! :D
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copycat01 Nov 18, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is not photobucket. You need to post your own work here because anything posted to DA is automatically assumed you copyright it. Please take down any works that were not made by you personally. That includes photographs- you need written permission to use other people's work.
Here are some rules of the site- rules YOU agreed to when signing up for an account
What are violations of the deviantART copyright policy?: [link]
Can I use things created by other people in my submissions?: [link]
Does "Crediting" let me use whatever I want?: [link]
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D-Costarelo Nov 19, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This artwork belongs to me, I have the original .PSD file and you are able to download it and check it - It is also published elsewhere

The render is from google, and it was provided by the requester, I didn't google it, I was givena direct link.

Where to I violate any rules ?
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copycat01 Nov 20, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
do you have written permission by the original artist. You have a few pictures in your gallery that you need written permission from the ORIGINAL artist- not someone who "rendered" it (aka- not really render- just deleted the background)

please refer to the portion of the rules that state "your submissions may only contain materials or images which were created entirely through your own effort"
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D-Costarelo Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Once again I'll say that I don't know the creators, I just took a render which is an open rescource.

Now if the owner has any issues with my submitions I'll take them down, but renders (r cropping backgrounds, because that's what a render is) are -at least most of them- open rescources to everybody.

See, in Pikachu's case, The pokemon was cropped by someone unkown, it was posted on deviantart by the same or a diferent person, and my only link to this story is a direct link from google of this or a copied version of the render sent to me via a request format from a person with a comon forum nickname at some online gaming forums....

PLease don't bother me again, I have comon sense and I fully understand the rules, I expect others to have comon sense as well and don't rage - Communication wil solve anything, I'm not a robot - I'm a human.
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copycat01 Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
so if I stole a necklace and then said "free to use"- do you really think it would be ok? In case you are as ignorant of real property law as you are with intellectual property- that would be accepting stolen goods and just as illegal as if you stole them yourself.

I am not raging, please point out where tone can suddenly be derived from soundless text.

Your reasoning does not absolve you- it makes you the more guilty. Not knowing the original artist and essentially accepting stolen goods is still using art that was not created by you- and thus, still against the site's rules. No one accused you of being a robot- you might actually understand the issue if you were. I will quote once again the issue at play, and maybe this time you'll understand: "your submissions may only contain materials or images which were created entirely through your own effort"
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D-Costarelo Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Then so be it - I'm not the only one on deviantart, most of the forum signature makers use those you call "stolen goods".

Go complain at all of them as well. I beleve I'm reasonable. I don't want to discuss this with you anymore since I beleve it is not your bussiness. If you'd like to help me, please notify the artist about the deviation so we can contact eachother and ask for a permission. And in case the permission is not given to me, then I'll take the deviation down.
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copycat01 Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
it's your job to ask before taking- even a child has that much logic. And for your information- if I see it i do tell them- every single person who make sigs. Unfortunately, DA is full of people as stubborn and ignorant as you are. And the DA staff just doesn't have the time. So we can only stand by and watch people like you deteriorate this lovely art site, even though there are plenty of sites that actually allow these to be posted.
replying is up to you- I would have nothing to continue talking about if you chose to stop, so good bye if you really mean it this time
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