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August 15, 1968
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Current Residence: Sierra Vista, AZ deviantWEAR sizing preference: Medium Print preference: Any and all Favourite genre of music: The stuff that makes you feel good when you hear it. Favourite photographer: John Strognofe Favourite style of art: The kind that doesn't make you think hard... Operating System: Vista MP3 player of choice: Your momma Shell of choice: Shiny shells Wallpaper of choice: Blah... Skin of choice: My own. Favourite cartoon character: Fritz the Cat Personal Quote: Sticking feathers up your butt does not make you a chicken.
Favorite visual artistH. BoscheFavorite moviesFight ClubFavorite bands / musical artistsP. FloydFavorite writersC. BarkerFavorite gamesPongFavorite gaming platformAtariTools of the TradeEyeballs and Brain, in that order. Oh yeah, and that camera thingy.Other InterestsPhotography, nature, science and the Universe
I recently had an artist that I'd bought work from complain about the fact that I was selling their work for a profit. They were especially upset that I'd gotten their name wrong when giving them credit for the artwork itself.
Definitely my fault for jackin' up the name, but at least I was trying to give them credit for the work.
Anyway, they asked that I no longer re-sell their work, since I was charging more than I bought it for. You know, Capitalism. I guess I was expected to sell it for a loss.
Quick shout out to artists: Once you sell your wares, you no longer own any rights to them. I pay for it, I can do what I wish with it.
P.S.: Don't worry lady, I won't associate your name with your artwork when I sell it. It would have probably helped you, but if you don't like it...