Interview to some artists I watch #1I watch a lot of deviants here on DA, so I decided to ask to some of them a sort of interview, so I could know them better, and you can know them too.Interview to some artists I watch #1 by SilvieTepes
My first deviant will be LaCice .
Where do I have to put myself in?
(LOL, just kidding, I know I'm not funny at all)
Well, HI! *waves hand*
I'm Alice, 23 y.o. from Italy, I'm short and I like making people laugh with comic strips (or at least, I try!).
I have several interests, I don't wanna fossilize myself (in every field - art, music, photography etc) and that's why I like experimenting.
Think it's enough, I don't wanna bore you.
Since when have you been making art?
Since I have memory. I grabbed my first pencil when I was a little child and I never stopped drawing.
Had anyone pushed you to make art? (a good or bad pushing alike)
It's always been an innate passion which has grown with years and neither me
By deleting pages that post thousands of copyrighted artworks, Facebook can show support for artists, as well as diminishing the amount of reports per image. By deleting entire pages, this also helps in getting rid of the thousands of pages that simply post all the stolen artworks they want. Deleting pages that have more than five legitimate reported copyright violation or infringement on artworks should help decrease these pages. The only artworks that are actually deleted by Facebook are checked out before they are deleted, making them "legitimate" and "founded" accusations.
Please sign so that Facebook can know how serious we are about stopping this. We are aware there are many pages, we are aware that there are other websites, but this does not mean we have to accept this, it does not mean that just because there are many thieves out there that we must accept and give up, letting them continue on with their stealing.
They believe that they are simply doing what it is Google does. These people need to be educated not only on the copyright laws, but on how Google actually works.
Thank you, on behalf of all artists, for your support!<p class="">As an added note, if you share artists' artworks by clicking the "share" button on Facebook or on Deviantart, this gives us full credit and is perfectly acceptable. When we say "no sharing", is if you save the image and then upload it. This is not acceptable and is against copyright laws.</p><p class=""></p>