It’s not really the thread for that kind of question, but there’s more info about that subject on this page. That page talks about takedowns, which is effectively what you are trying to pre-emptively do with your ‘Do Not Post’. On this site, the way we handle that is with copyright, which is usually tied to the artist tag. So, whomever owns the copyright of the work gets to say what happens, and if you are not the artist you don’t even have access to the Do Not Post user interface. So, if the artist isn’t signing over to you the copyright of their work, then their rights are reserved. However, if you have a trademark, salesmark, the artist is signing over to you the copyright, or you otherwise have some sort of internationally recognized (at least, recognized in the EU) exclusive rights to the designs themselves, then provide that information in a report of one of the images you are trying to protect and someone from staff will contact you to discuss the details.
I had a question I was hoping for some help with. I have recently been working on my own little story AU and I commissioned some suit designs that are specific to that world. On the refs for these suits, the artist noted that the designs are closed and belong to me. I have some concerns about people using, modifying and posting my designs even though they are clearly marked as a closed design on the original image.
Is there any way I can do a DNP of my suit designs? Or a way to protect my ideas and designs on this site?
Thank you so much for your help and have a lovely day.
Some of the most fun I’ve ever had in school was at art school.
This one time? At art school?
Now I understand! Ok thanks.
The image has to be hosted on the web someplace to insert it into a comment or post, so first upload the image someplace that will host the image on the web, like Imgur.com, and then insert it into the comment or post using this site’s syntax (there’s a button for adding images in the header of the text block where you create the comment):
!(URL to image goes here)
Quotea comment or post that has an image in it, you’ll be able to see in the reply composition window how it works.
What if I wanted to upload a photo to the forum or comment section?
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