What do you, fellow humans, think the best way to update an image on DeviantArt is?
What follows is my over thinking....
The reason I ask is because I often update my images a fair bit; to either improve scientific accuracy or artistic rendering. Some of my images are on Wikipedia so I feel it's important to keep those inline with current thinking.
Sometimes an update will be a minor artistic touch-up/correction that I don't mind updating over the original. Often, however, I find I'll do an update that is so drastically different from the original image that I feel the original should be preserved for those who 'favourited it' in an older
I have been thinking about changing part of my Melanorosaurus painting. On the left of the picture is a rock face. In terms of the way it's painted it's one of my favourite parts of the image. But I think It ruins it compositionally. It looks a bit unnatural, and it follows the line of the Malanorosaurus neck, which looks funny. So would anyone object if I changed that part of the image?
The reason I ask is because I don't want to upload a new version of the image. I'd rather just upload over the original, so it might be...unfair to those who faved it in its original state. If I do this I'll add a link to the original in the de
Thanks go to ~Kawekaweau (https://www.deviantart.com/kawekaweau) for tagging me..
You're meant to say 8 things about yourself. But I’m just going to spew some thoughts.
Although I am not certain, the earliest memory of anything dinosaur related is my mum buying a dinosaur magazine called DINOSAURS! at the age of 6/7. It was issue 13 which I still have. It has a brightly coloured John Sibbick Parasaurolophus on the front. The issue was copyrighted in 1993 the same year Jurassic Park came out (so I'm asuming thats about the year I received it). Jurassic Park is my earliest cinema memory (roles eyes). I’m not sure which one came first JP or the magazine. Either way,
Sure, feel free! Although that diagram is somewhat of an amalgamation of a few reconstructions. It started off based on a published one but over the years I modified it to better emulate newer reconstructions. I'd recommend dropping Scott Hartman a message before you start, his are probably the most riggerous.
Hi Steve, I teach English at a junior high school in Japan and would like to make a dinosaur poster. Jobaria happens to be one of my favorite dinosaurs and I would like to use your work for the poster. I also would like to post your profile picture. Could you give me permission to do this? -Jesse-