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sashathealien asked: Hello. I spotted you have shared one of my drawing from deviantART here. I do really appreciate that, but I do not really like to know the fact, that I know nothing that my art got here. Also, I post my art on my own tumblr, in my Art Tag. You can reblog it from there. So, I am asking you politely to take down the post with my art. Thank you.
I’ve taken the post down
However I would like to point out a few things:
I tag every post with the username I find it under so the original artist can search their name and see its been posted.
I look at the descriptions of every image I post in case there is a link to a Tumblr URL. I would rather reblog directly from the source, however if you do not tell people that its already posted on Tumblr… how is anyone to know? This is a blog I run in my spare time, fit in the time between a full time 9-5 job and other hobbies. I don’t have time to search every artist’s page to see if they may have a Tumblr. If you would prefer people reblog from your blog directly, it doesn’t take more than a few seconds to add a link into a description on deviantart (I do it all the time with my own art). It can take me minutes to see if you have a Tumblr link hidden somewhere on your page (and then longer to find an art tag, especially if hidden by a rollover).
I also do not post anything that does not have sharing options enabled (its extra work I don’t want to do). If you do not want work shared in this manner, please disable these options. However please be aware that these options allow for quick and easy reposting that credits the source. Getting rid of them will not stop people wanting to repost artwork, and it may cause people to repost without even considering to credit.
When you upload images onto the internet, you cannot control where they end up. You will not always be able to find the images that have been reposted, or be lucky to have someone willing to comply with a take down request. It is better to encourage people to share artwork in a way that credits the original artist, rather than making it extra work. The reposting with sources can work in your favour, rather than against
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