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May 21, 2013
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Mikasa (Shingeki no Kyojin) Render by Ani07 Mikasa (Shingeki no Kyojin) Render by Ani07
All credits belong to: (Link to original artwork:… ). I just rendered it. Please look at the rules in my profile if you want to use it in any way!

Anime: Mikasa from Shingeki no Kyojin
Program used: GIMP 2.8
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aspen4455 22 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Can i please have permission to turn this drawing into a phone case for my phone :D???
ShadowTearz Dec 12, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer

great work...

and don't bother explaining to the people...they just keep coming...(annoying)

It really is annoying, but I just have to live with it. I kinda got inactive because I am losing the fun... But thank you anyways :D 
ShadowTearz Dec 24, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer

yeah me 2...just ignore them...

ur welcome...

I know you credited the artist, but it seems to only be because someone had to tell you to do so. Thus, you obviously didn't even ask the original artist if you could remove the background and repost it as your own image. Also, no one should be asking YOU if they can reuse ART THAT DOESN'T BELONG TO YOU. I personally own this as a poster which I bought from the ACTUAL artist at a convention. He had to put in a lot of time, effort, and incredible skill to create this, and you should respect that. I am sorely disappointed that anyone would try to repost this as their own and even have the audacity to try to claim rights to it for use.  
Do you even know if I asked the original artist? It's not like this, that someone had to tell me the original source. I was asking for someone to tell it to me, I would love to credit the original artist in every of my renders. 
And you misunderstood something: I just take the credit for rendering it! Not for the picture itself. All the credits go to the respectful owner. I never said, that I do not respect the original artist, I am looking up to him/her, because he/she was able to create something beautiful like this. I never said that it is my own art! 
I am asking you now: Please don't interfere with my business. I know you are angry and so on but it does not concern you. If I go to prison for this will you come and say: hahaha told you? Seriously it gives you and me just trouble. 

At the time when you originally posted this deviation, you did not know the artist, so you obviously didn't ask them before posting this image. That's pretty simple. No one should have to come and tell you they made the art. YOU should have to find them and ask before you EVER post it. Not only that, but on many of your deviations, you don't even credit an artist at all.


I do understand that you post it as a render(not claiming you actually drew it), but you ask others to ask for permission to use it when it's not yours to do so with. This is actually pretty ironic that you think others should ask you for permission, but that you do not do so for others.


If you got in trouble for your actions, it would only be just. You are doing something very wrong. I know you aren't the only one on this site like that either, but that doesn't mean you should be doing this. Many artists would be very upset to find out you merely remove the background from their art and repost it without ever asking for permission. Can't you see it from the other side? This doesn't mean you can't keep making these, but you have to do it with consent from the original artist. If you can't find the original artist to ask, or they don't give you permission, you shouldn't be posting it. It's as simple as that.

To be honest: I asked for her permission and she (I think it's a she) agreed. If you don't believe me I can send you a screenshot. In my other deviations I didn't credit the original artist because I can't find them. The pictures are all over internet so it is quiet hard to find out who posted it first. 

I know it is ironic. But like I told you I asked the original artist.

This conversation is over because I have the permission. I can see it from the other side and I know. So please just stop -.- 
KiriKasa Aug 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Might I be able to use this in my next project? I'll credit you.
kuro-shini Oct 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You need to ask the original artist and not someone who ripped it and did what he/she wanted with it.... Rendering, if this is called, is not art but thievery... Sorry to bother :p not my intention its just that I don't understand this kinf of trolls...
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