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mohamed-mm Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2009
Hey. this person wrote something about you in their blog.. CLICK HERE
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aalmar Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2009
What does deviantART consider to be Art Theft?
Copyright Infringement (aka "Art Theft" or "Ripping")
Current deviantART policy defines 'Art Theft' to be any situation where a user takes the original art, photography, or writing of another person (a 'third party';) and then either misrepresents the original, unaltered work as one of their own creations or includes the work (either altered or unaltered) in a new image.

Generally speaking any submission which is directly built upon the existing work of another artist or photographer can be considered to be a case of art theft. These works may feature screenshots, official artwork or sprites taken from a video game, scans from an art book, artwork found on a website somewhere on the internet or a photograph of a famous person (just to name a few examples), but in every case the 'seed image' is the legal property of another artist. In many cases these 'seed images' are manipulated, colored over, blended with other images, and otherwise digitally worked over but none of this makes the use acceptable or allowed.

These submissions will be removed regardless of whether you have credited or linked back to the original source. Knowing where you ‘found’ the original image or knowing who created it or took the photo is not the same as actually having the legal permission to use it in your submission.

Only valid, legal, stock resources are allowed to be used as part of your deviantART submission. Public Domain imagery and works governed by certain Creative Commons licenses may also be used.
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aalmar Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2008
you have stolen all of your pictures from this person, why?

ables on flickr --> [link]
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DarthPlagueis Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2009
wtf!

...for shame monuu
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aalmar Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2009
i know. bastard
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aalmar Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2008
you have stolen all of your pictures from this person, why?

ables on flickr --> [link]
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