In an effort to get me to flex my creative muscles more and draw more, be it a cartoon or not, I’m challenging myself to do a sketch daily.
I’ve given myself a theme for the week so I can come up with ideas before hand and have a plan. The theme for this week: Musical theater!
I recently (as in yesterday) acquired a copy of “The Scarlet Pimpernel.” I’ve read it before, long ago, and have been a fan of the musical since I was in jr. high.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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Q:that watercolor painting of a lion that you posted- are you slaveika aladjova? because if not you are posting something that is someone else's without linking to them and i think that makes u a grade A shithole
If you look to the image you’re gonna see that the signature tells the name of the artist, I’ve never pretended to say this was mine!! Of course I could REWRITE the name of the artist on the description, and then people could REREAD the name.
I found that image on tumblr without any link to the site of the artist, but I think that sharing good art does’nt mean to be a shithole ;)
By the way… artists can share their art on the internet, for sure, but putting a copy of it they risk to see their images shared in a lot of places… (this often occurs when is good art).
So artists can: keep they art out of the internet, or put it on the internet. On the second option they can put a copyright mark and then, yes, I’ll be a shithole if I copied it somewhere.
Anyway, if YOU are Slaveika Aladjova (or her lawyer), and you ask to me to put this image off, I’ll do it.
You could link to her etsy shop, like I did when I reblogged the image on my aesthetic blog, glitterprincessfckr
Please don’t ever just post other people’s art, even if their signature is on the print. Signatures are often hard to read so that’s really a flimsy excuse IMO.
Always always always put a link to a store/site/or blog of the artist of you’re going to share artwork.
As an artist who has had specific pieces of mine float everywhere from Reddit to memebase it’s incredibly frustrating when I don’t see a source on it. That’s traffic that I could use through my store that I’m not getting and it sucks.
Always source the art you share, always.