Today I have a new appreciation for the way copyright claims are handled on this and other sites. Why? Because it protects users from false claims made by talentless haters and those who do not respect freedom of expression. It puts the power squarely in the hands of the copyright holder, which is precisely where it belongs. This is infinitely better than Youtube's pin the tail on the donkey approach to maintaining the content on their website. Don't agree with a vlogger's opinion? Is the content of the video not your taste? Just flag it for copyright infringement and Youtube will delete the video and perhaps the entire channel without ever l
I can't believe how different my art looks on another computer. For the most part it looks 10 times better than what I see on my laptop. The colors are much more saturated and all of the images appear more 3 dimensional. About the only downside in that they may be a little too dark in areas. Then again, other people's work appears the same way so it may just be that the settings on this computer are a little off.
It's becoming clear to me that these are two features this site desperately needs, particularly when it comes to searching for stock. It's quite frustrating to be searching for a specific pose or action only to get hundreds of results that have nothing to do with what you're searching for. For example I typed the word "run" into the search and nearly half of the results were static poses. I also tried "running" and "flee" with similar results. Some people apparently type every word in the English language into their tags just to get views. I propose that members be allowed to add no more than 5 tags to each image. 5 is plenty but not enough t