Just trying it on!
Who knows if I will prevail. I'll have a go though as usual, perhaps adding some sketchbook art if I'm in a rush.
[Note]: The painting SeptART#20 has been taken down. It featured a short haired girl and boy sitting cross-legged facing each other. I thought after I had drawn it it looked similar to popular YT vlogger beckie0, so I posted the link on her FB fanpage to show her (couldn't find a more private route, this was my half of the mistake), she then followed the link, downloaded the file direct from my dA Gallery and re-posted it to the site Tumblr without my knowledge until the day after.
She did not tell me or ask permission and I am disappointed in her. Tumblr is a site that allows for VERY easy Art Theft. After the first 'reblog' of an image, if you destroy/delete the original posted image, then the reblogged copy, and further shares down the line are NOT deleted, they propogate and duplicate freely, and if you add a caption stating the source (i.e. my name/username/source website for credit) then that caption is easily removable by sharers down the chain, and then an image does the rounds on the site without any link to the original artist.
I did not know she was going to do that. I needed the file to be confined to Facebook where these kind of effects don't take place to the same extent. I have deleted all copies I have made to mitigate the damage as much as possible.
I distrust her now as I know if I show her anything on one site she will take the file thinking that it belongs to her and duplicate it where she wants it. But my art is not beckie0's intellectual property, and it shows a lack of respect to my work that she could freely distribute it without my consent.
(Please do not download/copy/duplicate/repost/redistribute my art without asking me for permission as to whether you may, first!)