you’re free to save artwork to look at it whenever you want, bookmark it, send a message to the artist, reblog it (assuming the artist posted it to tumblr themselves), BUT YOU DON’T HAVE PERMISSION TO EDIT IT IN ANY WAY. DON’T MAKE IT TRANSPARENT TO DECORATE YOUR BLOG. DON’T TAKE ARTWORK FOR GRANTED. stop thinking you have the right to do whatever you feel like doing to somebody else’s hard work. ask for permission or MAKE ART YOURSELF TO DECORATE YOUR BLOG GDI
While I definitely agree that one shouldn’t take something and claim it as theirs, what you are saying is that we aren’t allowed to take works published to Tumblr and modify them.
Funny you should state that, since it states in the Terms of Service that
”As a Subscriber of the Services, Tumblr grants you a worldwide, revocable, non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, and non-transferable license to download […] and create derivative works of Content…” [Content is defined as “Content includes, without limitation, all Subscriber Content”].
If you don’t want people to look at, edit and distribute content (under the same terms as you did), then Tumblr isn’t the right platform for you and your works of art.
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Hello to all our beloved followers!
As you may have noted, both the quality and the amount of pictures have been dwindling as of late. This wasn’t intentional, a lot of schoolwork and other issues have sort of forced one member of liod to put the blog aside.
Because of all this, the two of us have decided upon a new course. Instead of one picture a day, every day; we’ll simply post pictures when we feel that we can. Whereas we previously had a “filter” on our images, meaning we both had to accept them, this is no longer the case.
Hope this clears up a few things, and sorry if it didn’t ;)
/Charizard and Artemis