Typical D&D dragon. I might put some colour on it at some point too...When i stop being bored all the time...
Since there's so many of you out there who liked it, I would like to thank everyone who has commented, faved and included my dragon to their groups. I am quite honored indeed and long overdue to appreciating all of your comments, so, really, thanx!
I am writing this because it has come to my attention more than once that some people here on DA seem to think that this drawing belongs to them, as they claim it's their art.
PEOPLE, PLEASE RESPECT MY COPYRIGHTS AND STOP STEALING MY ART!
Art theft is not something new in the DArt community, but it's been happening too often lately and it's a bit of a shame really. If people can spend the time to claim one of my drawings as their own, I'm pretty sure they could also spend their time more productively making actual, original art of their OWN.
I'm no Leonardo Da Vinci myself, but I do work long and hard on my stuff and I'm damn proud of my work to let some stupid sod think they own it.
I am not above letting people create their own version of something I have made, with due credits and all, like this guy here: [link]
who ASKED me first, but this THEFT thing is kinda ridiculous.
I can obviously not prevent anyone from actually stealing my stuff in the larger scale, but, next time one of you decides this is a good idea, please consider that from *my* point of view, deciding to STEAL my art means:
1) You're too LAZY to get your butt down to work and create something original of your own.
2) You're too WORTHLESS, UNINSPIRED and/or INSECURE to create something original of your own.
3) You're too IMMATURE to care at all.
And I am too pissed off to be polite about this. If anyone feels offended by this statement, please send me a note with your argument and we can talk about this like grown ups.
And that is why I'm putting the watermark on this.
-You CANNOT alter this artwork in any way.
-You can create your own version using this as a guide and WITH DUE CREDITS TO ME, but that's just about it.
-You can reblog it, share it or whatever, BUT WITH ALL CREDITS GOING BACK TO ME AND THIS DEVIATION.
-You CANNOT sell this anywhere.
-You cannot use it in your portfolio or whatever. It belongs in mine.