Submissions Process - The Creative Commons License"Ripping" is as common as Anime here at deviantArt. As if deviants didn't have enough to contend with from other, quite often naive deviants who dont realise that they are not free to just take one's work as use it as they wish; we now have to deal with international websites dedicated to the art of taking, displaying and using our works without our knowledge and permission.Submissions Process - The Creative Commons License by IconicImagery
Well - dA has a significant new feature which we should all become very familiar with. It is much needed ammunition in the battle againt digital theft or "borrowing".
Incorporated into the submissions process in the ability to license your work through the use of a Creative Commons License. Creative Commons helps you publish your work online while letting others know exactly what they can and can't do with your work.
With a Creative Commons license, you can, if you so choose, allow people to use, copy, and share your work while giving you credit. Generally, licenses are available to cover Audio, Images, Video, Text
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