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Dude, Where's my Recolours?Youve just had a rough day at school - parents and teachers are nagging you, you have so much homework to do and housework to do on top of that, so you decide to pay a visit to deviantART to cool down.Dude, Where's my Recolours? by dantesgirl
When you log on, you see that you have received twenty notes. Naturally, you assume that its from friendly people just dropping by, so you open your inbox merrily.
Strangely enough, they are all from the same person. Devart who is devart?
Upon opening them, you come to the conclusion that this devart person has deleted your entire gallery of Naruto screenshots recolours for no apparent reason whatsoever.
You immediately get infuriated, dive to the Complaints Forum and make an angry journal saying how devart is a meanie and has no life. YOU WORKED SO HARD ON THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Okay, can we calm down now? This childish behaviour is quite tedious.
To quote the <a href= http://about.deviantart.com/policy/copyright/>Copyright Policy
Keeping dA in the Hands of Artists"I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do."Keeping dA in the Hands of Artists by RoninFox
With these words in mind, it's time for us deviantART members to do something about the spreading problem of art theft.
For those who don't know what art theft is: It's when someone claims that he/she made an artwork, when the artwork was actually done by someone else. It's becoming quite common these days. In particular, a lot of people have been uploading, copying or tracing copyrighted images (usually screenshots from anime and other TV shows, or pictures from comics and manga), and claiming that they "drew" the images. It is unfair to people who expend time, effort and creativity in producing their own art. It is also disrespectful to the original creators of the copyrighted images. Think about it: If you were a famous artist, would you be happy if someone took one of your artworks and said that h
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