Yes of course, and many artists do sign their work, and there are some that do not. What makes that problem worse, though, is that people will crop or edit the artists signature and post it. I have never been able to figure out why someone would do that, but they do.This is what I mean when I say that all images must be signed. In this case, the artist (Lerra) does it very well.
In this way, posting his work can be a way to promote his art. I never remove an artist's signature or advertising.
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All the best,
You’re right of course. But it would be even better to add “Art by Lerra” and this link:all images must be signed. In this case, the artist (Lerra) does it very well.
Ok. But notice that there are already links included in the image. In any case, it is very easy for anyone to search for the link in google from the artist's name
Well links aren't always available or handy when your putting a post together, and that is something that can be found if someone is particularly interested. I always try to id the artist, but don't do links unless I'm asked, then I'll try to find one.Ok. But notice that there are already links included in the image. In any case, it is very easy for anyone to search for the link in google from the artist's name
Reminds me of Templeton’s “Siberian Madhouse” (Fansadox #142)I never wear a straitjacket, but in my many fantasies I imagine waking up in a padded room and wearing just a straitjacket, I remember having a drink with someone in a bar, being in a car then nothing ,.
it would be a very interesting experience
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