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if you're going to post artwork that is not your own (this includes other's artwork that you have copied or modified) make sure you are within the guidelines of Fair Use or make it clear that you have permission from the artist. If you post a piece that is based on someone else's work, or contains work created by anyone other than you, you must properly credit the artist. Properly crediting the artist means posting either:
the artist's full name, e.g. "Linda Bergkvist"the artist's screen name and the website where you got the art from, e.g., "squidinc at CGSociety.com"a link to the website where you got the art and indicate as such, e.g., "Art: http://www.alexiuss.deviantart.com/gallery/"In cases where the original artist is unknown because the source material is a cartoon (or similar medium), providing the show, character, and a link to the source image used is adequate.You may give this credit in your post text or in the copyright line of the piece. The rule of thumb here is that if the artist can be found in an internet search with reasonable ease based on the information you provided, you're fine.
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