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:icondalinkahzel:
Dalinkahzel Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2018  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm using it, if you don't mineSweating a little... 
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Goth-Clown Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2018  Student Writer
Bravo!
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:iconjack-the-shinigami:
Jack-the-Shinigami Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2018  Student General Artist
Can I use your stamp (by using a thumb) in my ID and picture descriptions, please? :3
It's really great and SO true.
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:iconlunar-wolve:
Lunar-wolve Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I want mine on but they need to ask permission frist 
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WritingGlitz Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2017  Student Digital Artist
using
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:icondestinylovesshiva:
DestinyLovesShiva Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
using
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:icon707fangirl:
707Fangirl Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Using
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SuperMarioFan65 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2016  Student Digital Artist
using
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Bowser14456 Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
This applies to so many people. Not me tho cause I can't draw shit. :XD:
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semerl Featured By Owner May 18, 2015
You're not asking for politeness or courtesy, you're trying to run the world. Not unlike those companies that try to get anything they have special rights to removed from YouTube channels they don't have control over.
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LegionShadow Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
To be clearly honest, I'd feel honored if someone used my art in a video. The sole fact that my work is popular to be featured on Youtube is actually pretty exciting. 

As long as they don't claim they made it instead, I don't care.
I create art out of passion and creativity, not to fuss over some pointless copyright crap.
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Sweetie-Pinkie Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014   Digital Artist
It's mostly popular artist work that end up on YT.
I admit,I used to do it,but I learned that it's not ok to take someone's hard work.I really don't want my work floating around the internet.
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CandyReaper-Malloko Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2014  Student Digital Artist
If someone wants to feature my artwork in a YT video, then they'll need my permission, and I don't think I'll let them use my old crappy art.
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IllBuyYourOCs Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014
IKR I HATE IT!!!!!!
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:iconclxcool:
CLXcool Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It never ends.
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sadielizyy Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
most of the people who make those videos don't actually know how to credit >.> they are not terrible people for taking your art and making a video. Especially if what you did was fanart (you really shouldn't be making money off that in the first place) i mean i could easily say you are mooching off someone else's character. And really getting sensitive over this is dumb. You are posting your art online >w> you can't expect everyone to understand what you want or think the same way you do. 
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Etsuko-Hime Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
There is wery few people hwo sell fanart^^ the point is; the artist on DA MADE it, in other words its an art they have used houers, days and mabye weeks on^^ noone has the right to steal it. Anything you use without permission, fanart or original is stealing.

Almost all people understand that you just draw fanart becourse its fun to draw and you dont want to sell it^^ if people want to use your art they can ASK.
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sadielizyy Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
first of all, i have seen a lot of people sell fanart so it isn't all that rare, and second, it is not stealing art as stealing would require the person to take credit for your work. Plus while i agree that they should ask, my point was that not everyone knows how to ask or where to ask, you cannot expect everyone on the internet to understand it to the same depth you do. 

And if the fanart was really made simply for the love of a fandom or just because it was fun to make, then the artist should not care if some kid takes it off google and puts it in a slideshow. Like i said, not everyone knows how to credit, so rather than calling them bad people teach them how to credit >.> and realize that this is the internet and you do risk these things by posting your work in the first place. Not saying i initially approve of them but when you know the risks before you do something you shouldn't make a big deal of it.
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Etsuko-Hime Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
DA is glitching so i cant answar all of you reply. But people cant use other peoples art without premission. Unfortanly the many of the people hwo use other peoples art without premission get butthurt if you DO try to learn them to credit, but im shure that there is thoose hwo want to learn as well, i havent seen any of then yet. I know the risks wery well, thats why i put watermarks on all my art and put my signature on them^^


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sadielizyy Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
what you are saying here, prettymuch the same goes for fanart and fanfiction. i seriously doubt everyone asks the original artist for permission to use their characters. while yes the difference lies in the fact that they can credit the person a lot easier than one can credit 40 some artists on a youtube video, it is still very similar. especially if the person sells fanart, which is illegal, same as selling fanfiction. 

also you cannot assume that every youtuber doesn't want to learn, i am sure more of them would be willing than you think. it's in your approach and making a rant stamp where a bunch of people say horrible and negative things about people they have never met is NOT the way to do it. 

most of this shit happens over misunderstandings, sometimes it can be very hard to find an original source for art, think about if it gets reposted on a different site or if the artist deleted it so you cannot even see it on it's original source but you can still find it on youtube. what if the person has never been on DA before and does not know how to navigate the site (ik i didn't when i first found it)?

some people are not as adept at the internet which might mean they do not know how to credit online, they don't know that it is rly a pretty good idea and they should do it, they might not even know how to credit at all if they didn't have a good enforcement of it in high school or if they are too young and haven't gotten there in their education yet. 

before a deviant gives a youtuber shit for something that was probably a simple misunderstanding or lack of knowledge/communication said deviant should try to reason with them and not just call them out or insult them. i am not saying you do this personally but that i have seen people do it and it is very very very stupid! they never acknowledge their fanart habits or make the connections there...oh no it is always someone else's fault because who wants to admit that they were wrong or have made mistakes? nobody does. i'll freely admit i used to make fanart videos and i should have credited but i can't go back in time. when at the time i didn't have any guidance and nobody actually said "hey do you want me to show you how to credit?" nah i had to figure it out myself which...well whatever, but point is that nobody hops up out of their seat to actually teach someone before insulting them here do they? 

we all have different concepts of respect, maybe the person who made the video thinks that since they used your art they are showing you respect because they think it is a really good picture -shrug- they might very well, and probably actually do, have no idea that you want them to credit it and they probably didn't actually see your descriptions. also not all youtubers don't credit. i have seen a few that do credit all the artists whose work they featured so you can't lump them all together simply because they operate on the same site. it has to do with levels of experience and support, the more of both someone has, the more likely they are to credit and the more approachable they will be about it. the newer someone is, the more they need experience and support, emphasis on support there, not stamps like this that i hope they never have to see. because it is possible to be respectful to these people, if you want respect you have to give respect, not treat someone like shit and expect them to kiss your feet (again not pointing at you...sorry if it looks that way). 
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Etsuko-Hime Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I can see your point ( or should i say points?) i think you can see my point too :) i get the feeling that we mean somewhat the same thing, but that we put it 2 different ways XD im happy you dont point at me XP sometimes it dos happen to me that people publish my art without credit,  if i see it i ask them to credit me ( thats how all artists should behave after my opinion) usally they do credit me then XD  the youtube thing is not the end of the world as long as they dont use the art for advertising stuff they sell ( luckly not many do that) what i mean mostly by stealing is that  ( some people) they might sell arts from DA on different web pages or they republish art on DA  ( i have seen alot of it lately) 
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sadielizyy Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
oh yes the latter there is art theft, that is a crime as far as i and most artists are concerned lol the difference between that and youtube i have to say is that the art stealers know what they are doing is wrong and know they are doing something that would upset the artist. and yeah i think we have a lot of the same points ^^ i have yet to meet someone who is unapproachable if you ask them for credit, most people see the value in it. 

lol i have no reason to point fingers at you X"D you have been nothing short of polite to me.

thanks for the conversation and for being so civil ^^
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Etsuko-Hime Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Its sad that there is more and more of it latly D: one of the people i watch wrote a journal about a girl selling art from DA on google or an other web page, i went to look and all the arts were in different styles and mediums DX  when the owners contacted her she was like " but it is my art! I cant understand that you can be so jelous you accuse me of stealing!" That sort of thing is worryin, when they actually belive that it IS their art ><

Im happy you think so, your polite as well^^ nothing can ruind a good mood worse than a rude DA person/ artist ( there is ALOT of them) 

Np :) it was nice talking to you XD its sad; its rare to find someone hwo understand the difference between rude arguing ( "NO! You are wrong and im right!" Sort of thing) and polite conversation XD 
Have an nice day :)
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Etsuko-Hime Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Its true that some people sell it, but not all. They just ask the person hwo made the art. Its a little difficult of course if they find it on pages as zerochan. But on DA they know hwo made it^^

Thats not the qestion. Just becourse its fun to make dos not mean that they WANT people to use it. If you look at the artist comment they often use an " dont steel my art" stamp, so they obviosly do mind if people using their art. Its a mattetr of RESPECT towards the one how used so long time and so mutch effort to make that art.

I never called them bad people. The problem is that many of them dont CARE about it and dont want to learn. 
I put watermarks on all my arts and strictly tells people trough stamps and sutch that people cant use my art as they please. Ad almost all other artists do the same.  Everyone risk things by beeing on the net, but the copyright laws are on net too. If you look at an art on DA go to the title; on the right side of the title its an icon of the copymark icon ( all rights reserved) and when you made it.  Copy rights are here for a reason; to protect the artists and their art.
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Nana-Beats Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2013  Student Digital Artist

''They are not terrible people for taking your art''

Excuse me while I laugh into the sunset.

Alright, so no one will mind if I would steal a portrait from an art museum and use it for my own desires cause you know, It’s just an art museum right.
People shouldn't get 'upset' nor 'sensitive' or angry about my reckless action, because that did be plainly silly right?
Because it is totally okay to take someone else hard work like that, because they're the ones who where dumb enough to make it public and put it up for display. 

This is what you’re basically implying. 

But hey, you probably don’t know how it feels.
I bet (with no doubt) that no one had pulled off such a shit action on you before.

Can’t say it surprises me.

And telling people 'getting sensitive over this is dumb' is in fact, fucking dumb.
Many people struggle with this crap, all we ask is to be given credits for something we've shoved our precious time and efforts into.

Why is that so fucking hard to understand? And the whole ''I found it on google idk who the real maker is'' excuse is fucking bullshit.
Cause you know, google has this feature where you can search shit with a image, so finding the original source isn't that fucking hard these days.

Please, don't ever comment on my stuff ever again. You're essentially an oxygen thief.

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Frodofox Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You don't know how angry I get when these youtubers are like 'lol I got thje images from photobucket and deviantart'
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makrokosmik Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist

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Catherilla Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2013  Professional General Artist
I know you might not do requests, but any time you'd like to could you do a flashy "Watch Me" Button? :).
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:iconagenthisui:
AgentHisui Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sadly I canīt stop people from abusig my shit all the time. I got used to it.
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NickyVendetta Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012
I wouldn't mind so much if they asked me for permission first. The worst I would do is say "no".
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Konapeilover Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I usually ask permission but sometimes I don't bother if I'mnot posting it up. Because unless I post it up I never really show it to anyone.
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Nemo-TV-Champion Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2012  Student General Artist
Do you have a stamp like this for Facebook??
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Nana-Beats Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2012  Student Digital Artist
That's actually a fantastic idea. I have been struggling with that issues for years now.
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Nemo-TV-Champion Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2012  Student General Artist
Ah I experienced it recently, someone took a few of my drawings of a certain character and made a "page" of said character using it to rp.. not cool :V
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TheVampiresRose Featured By Owner May 24, 2012
lucky I haven't see any of my work on youtube and im hoping it will stay that way its one thing to ask and then you it but what annyoes (sorry spelling ^^;) me is when people make vids they go on DA and dont even bother to read the description -_-* some people ask in the description NOT to put there work on youtube its the same thing with recoloring! it drives me nuts when people cant even bother to read!
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Mvrcealago Featured By Owner May 6, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
what artist (or person) would bother to put there work on youtube when they're clearly acustomed to the semi-alternative adaptation to one websight that they can only spend time posting there work?
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Supah-Panda Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2012
Or you could just WATERMARK your work and appreciate all the effort free publicity... I'm just sayin'.
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IllBuyYourOCs Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014
Watermarks are too hard to see bro,
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Usagi-Zakura Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The thing is though (also late reply I know but I just had to add this) watermarks are often hard to read in Youtube videos unless you slap it in giant letters across the picture, and that would just be annoying for everyone involved.
Many Youtube-videos that include arts from all over the Internet don't even try to give credit to the original artist other than maybe saying "pictures belong to the artist", without actually saying WHO the artist is.
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merpyfrost Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2013  Student Filmographer
Yeah... one time I politely asked one of those people to cite where they got each of the pictures (so I could find the artist of one of them), and they started clawing at me like I was some pestilence that wanted to annoy them.  I mean, geez, I only asked.  Not all of them are rude, but some are.  It's like they think the art takes no effort and it's perfectly fine to just grab it without even thinking about who made it.  It's worthless to just say, "not mine, belongs to the artist" without telling us who the artist is.  I wish YouTube would be just as anal about art copyright as it is about music copyright.
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Usagi-Zakura Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
How dare you demand proper credit? I only other people followed their brilliant example. Think of how much easier it would be to make movies if the credits only said: Written by a script-writter and characters played by actors.
Surely just SHOWING the art and not showing where it came from is advertisement enough in itself right?:p
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merpyfrost Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013  Student Filmographer
...XD...
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pinkshipping Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What this guy said :dance:
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MajesticReaper Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'd see fanvideos of peoples fanart and OC's from DA, and I gotta say, I might just use this stamp to remind people that there are more trolls on Youtube then on DA! OO

THATS Why I never really upload any vids of mine to youtube... ^^;
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RinuKitty Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
(Late reply OTL)

Same here. I really hate it when people don't even get permission. Someone stole my OC, and claimed it as theirs on Youtube and I was hella mad. I just wish that there were stricter copyright infringement rules on youtube.
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MajesticReaper Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I actually am ok with the rules they have now... ^^; I just wish that people could get their heads straight. T_T
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RinuKitty Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yea some people just won't get it if it killed them..
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MajesticReaper Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
wHAT PEOPLE NEED TO GET THROUGH THEIR THICK SKULLS is that just because its the internet, doesnt mean that you can act like a friggin 3 year old. Thats almost never how it works. Apparently some people fail to realize that.
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Bowser14456 Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
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