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my copyright on deviantart by ArwenGernak my copyright on deviantart by ArwenGernak
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AuraKiss Featured By Owner May 13, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank You!
Amanda-Graham Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012  Professional Writer
errr.. hmmm whoops.. strike 'comment' and replace with 'concept' *snaps rubber band on wrist* (
*thinking after i type* (bad)
ArwenGernak Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2012
I have a personnal number too with this copyright....everyone can go on the site of 'myfreecopyright'... :hug:
Amanda-Graham Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2012  Professional Writer

Yeah I'm using that, but I hate having to cut and paste the text information into the deviations description. I keep asking people if there isn't a way to embed the copyright html in there instead to save me time. *shrug*
Kristafee Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Myself, I just copy/paste the link into the description with "Copyright: (link)" and leave it at that. I started using the myfreecopyright site after my stuff showed up on Chad Love's site :/
Amanda-Graham Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012  Professional Writer
yes i provide the 'free copyright' text info in my descriptions now. However, larger pieces of work, in the long world of reading that i have led, feel awkward and incomplete to me, without a copyright and fonts page. I posted that bit of myself some time ago and should probably remove it now; as my 'stuffed in the pages' (c) page content has changed.
Amanda-Graham Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012  Professional Writer
Arwen, I like the comment ... but it presupposes an existing copyright, which, other than claiming one ... are not free. At least in the US. *sigh* wish they were.
Aura-Dawn Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I accidently came to this site by clicking on the symbol of your copywrite. I read your last post about copywrites being not free in the united states. I hate to disagree with you. I even had one of my copywrites challanged and I won. the way I copywrite things I do like manuscripts, animations, and pictures is simply print them a number like the thumbnales size on a sheet of paper. I then take it to the post office, by a stamp put it on and have the postal clerk hand cancel that stamp, from that point on your work is verify and copywrited. Unless they have changed the laws an the last year.

Coypwrite is a lot different then a patton.

You also can use your copywrite stamp as a water mark if you want. Sometimes if one of works is worth anything I will embed a watermark that only shows up when printing and copying. Maybe I am way off base as to what you are trying to do. or maybe I stepped into something that is not my business if so, accept my apology
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