|My favourite Wraith. So sophisticated, so polite - I'm sure he would love to have you over for dinner...|
Wraith Calendar Project 2014 editionHello my Babes!Wraith Calendar Project 2014 edition by CzarnaArcher
First of all my firned :iconHellraiser-89: made this:
for me. It's so cool because I just happen to adore Yautja (Predators).
With slight – one day – delay I wish to announce the new edition of Wraith Calendar. This time it will even have a theme: SGA crossover. This year you can take Stargate Atlantis Wraith and your favourite comic, tv-show, computer game, movie or book and put them together in one calendar page. The only requirement is that the crossover part should be recognisable for others. I know that not everyone know the same shows or comics but they should be able to learn about it from internet if they were interested.
Here are the rules.
the calendar page must contain Wraith and your characters (or other part taken from your crossover of choice).
OC's (of either SGA or crossover) are allowed only with canon characters.
multiple characters are al
Fuck you. Pay me. -- A masterpost for artists.As an artist, you probably will be approached by various people over time. Some may be looking for commissions, others will most likely be looking for free art.Fuck you. Pay me. -- A masterpost for artists. by Hardrockangel
Here are some handy resources concerning the "free art"-people. First of all, there's this handy flowchart called "Should I Work For Free?.
If they say they'll pay you with:
-Eventual cut of the profit when profits are made
-No pay, since artists "shouldn't be sell-outs, but draw for fun"
Then run for the hills and get away as fast as you can.
Because if it's for a game, a comic or another for-profit project, the most normal response should be "Fuck you. Pay me." (worded politer, though that goes without saying).
Spec-work? -- Fuck you. Pay me.
"We don't have the budget for 20 sprite-sheets, but we'll sell this game and your name will be in the credits!" -- Fuck you. Pay me.
"We need 10 sprites / full paintings by tomorrow,
Fan Art LawFan Art Law by techgnotic
Fan Art Law
Mon Sep 10, 2012 by techgnotic
t seems there’s nothing quite as dear to the hearts of many of our deviants as their production of fan art, and at the same time, there is nothing so knotted with legal and ethical headaches. Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but in the form of fan art it has also become one of the most frustratingly complicated. At some point, the sheer volume of fan art around a single property may become so large that the issue rises to another level of scrutiny by the creators of the original work.
With this dynamic in mind, we thought the following panel that Josh Wattles, our Advisor In Chief here at deviantART, and a mystery guest named Harold Smith, gave at Comic Con this year might be of immense help in understanding the ever evolving elements of fan art
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Favourite genre of music: anything medieval (bagpipes and e-guitars - yeah!)
Favourite photographer: standing with his back towards me ...
Favourite style of art: Art Deco, Impressionism
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