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Creative Commons resolutionLife is about sharing. Life is also about changing and therefore reusing. But above all this, it is important to respect people's work.Creative Commons resolution by Xionbox
Hence, the best compromise is Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org/ .
In fact, if you publish your art with a Creative Commons license instead of a copyright, you can share your art with everybody but you also allow them to reuse it as long as they share alike what they did with your work. That would be a Creative Commons Share Alike License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/ for example.
You can also not allow commercial use of your work. In that case, the license will mention "Non-commercial".
Many other possibilities exists. Check them out when you are about to submit new art on DA. Simply click on "Choose a license" and try out different options.
Creative Commons is the path to art's future, make Creative Commons your 2007 resolution.
Gallery HoppingDigital ArtGallery Hopping by Aeires
Gallery Description: "Digital Art, unlike traditional, means artwork originally created via the use of digital tools that mimic traditional utensils such as computer imaging/3D software, digital pen & tablet, computer mouse, or any similar tools.
There is a consideration, of course, for works that were created through traditional means, but were improved with the assistance of a computer. The decision, then, to pick either Traditional Art or Digital Art as the submission gallery for such works is left primarily to the discretion of the artist. If you feel that your work exhibits more traditionally-grounded techniques than digital ones, then Traditional Art should be the home for your submission. If you feel that there's been more digital work done to the piece than traditional work, then Digital Art should be the home for your submission."
In short, digital art is any type of artwork that was created on a computer using a variety of tools and
deviantART Remembers Joseph BarberaThis past Monday marked the passing of one of the last true giants in the animation world. To say Joseph Barbera was a legend in his field is simply an understatement.deviantART Remembers Joseph Barbera by lolly
Joseph Barbera was born on March 24 of 1911 and began his career quite earnestly as a delivery boy for a local tailor in Manhattan and later on, during the time of the Great Depression he attempted to become a cartoonist for a now defunct local New York Magazine. Fortunately for the world of animation, he didn't end up getting this job and instead found employment with the Van Buren Studio in 1932 as a writer and animator till the studio closed down in 1936, after which he fou
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