Deviant since Sep 10, 2007 Premium Member until Oct 20, 2014, given by *charleyed
This is the place where you can personalize your profile!
By moving, adding and personalizing widgets.
You can drag and drop to rearrange.
You can edit widgets to customize them.
The bottom has widgets you can add!
Some widgets you can only access when you get a premium membership.
Some widgets have options that are only available when you get a premium membership.
We've split the page into zones!
Certain widgets can only be added to certain zones.
"Why," you ask? Because we want profile pages to have freedom of customization, but also to have some consistency. This way, when anyone visits a deviant, they know they can always find the art in the top left, and personal info in the top right.
Don't forget, restraints can bring out the creativity in you!
Now go forth and astound us all with your devious profiles!
- You do not need to ask permission to use my stock for personal use as drawing reference unless you feel it might break my rules. If you're doing something that involves commercial use or questionable content, just discuss it with me first.
- Please credit me if you use one of my images. This means putting a link back to this profile somewhere near the finished piece. This also includes referenced drawings, not just photomanipulations.
Please either put a text link to my main profile or use (:icon kxhara: with the space removed) Do not link to the stock piece you used, as I do delete old work I no longer like, and that leads to a dead link.
Please link to this page, even if the image is being displayed outside of Deviantart.
- Send me a note or comment linking me to the finished product. I would love to see what you've done. I always fave it!
- NO COMMERCIAL USE unless written permission is received. If I don't make money, you don't make money. This includes turning creations into prints on DA. Please send me a note about commercial use, and what the project is about.
- My stock may not be redistributed, sold, or edited and redistributed or edited and sold. (In other words, you are not allowed to offer or sell my stock as your stock, edited or not. You are welcome to use it for creations)
Redistribution is defined as any posting of my own images, (including resized or unacceptibly low manipulation) to Deviantart or any other website.
DO NOT REPOST MY STOCK IMAGES ANYWHERE. NO TUMBLR NO FACEBOOK NO PINTEREST NO FORUMS OR PERSONAL WEBSITES. You may LINK to my stock, but no image posting.
My stock may not be used or reposted unedited. The purpose of my stock is for drawing reference. It is not free for use as graphics, icons, banners, aps, business cards, etc. If I find my stock used or reposted without my permission, especially commercially, I will file a DMCA takedown.
The art that you make FROM my stock may be shared, but you may not share my stock itself. Please link back to my site so that others become aware of my rules. They cannot follow my rules if they find my images on outside sites.
For pixel artists: This means you may use my stock to create dolls, with credit, but not doll bases.
My stock may not be used to make tutorials, including photo editing tutorials. This falls under reposting my stock unedited.
- I would appreciate it if my stock wasn't used for any hateful, pornographic, violent or obscene creation. Of course, this is very difficult to even define, much less enforce, so I just ask you to use your judgement when using my stock.
- My stock is intended for art reference and use in photo manipulations. It is not free pornography. I am NOT a fetish model. I will NEVER do nude photos. Ever. Don't ask.
- DO NOT add my stock to "hot girl" folders or fetish folders. Feet, vore, inflation, etc. NO. You can have your fetish and kink but keep me out of it. This goes for favourites or art. I'm really strict about my no-porn rule.
- PLEASE DON'T make comments about my body. Even comments you think are compliments. I don't need to hear that I have a "nice ass". Keep it about the art.
- Questions and comments about anatomy and poses are fine. "Why is your shoulder bent?" or "are you locking your elbow when you hold it?" are perfectly acceptable comments.
- Not all images on this account are stock images, so if you cannot download it, it's not stock.
- Blocked users are automatically forbidden from using my stock.
Hey, so I know many (broke! Broke broke broke!) art students are going back to school or starting art classes at college for the first time (Don't worry. Get enough sleep and you'll do fine.)
I know that textbooks and supplies can absolutely bleed you dry, so I'm reducing my prices to their point minimums for the time being. (think it's 10 cents?)
Good luck, you'll do great in your classes. Manage your time. Get good sleep. Form meaningful friendships. You have to share lab time. Don't be too hard on yourself. But don't procrastinate. PRoduce bad, ugly work without procrastinating. You will get better, faster.
(P.S. The reason why I am so far behind on my request list is that stash seems to ALWAYS jam for hours and reject my stock uploads. I don't understand why. Maybe the latest round of stash fixes fixed this)
You have the right to feel pain and hurt when someone says or does something that hurts you, even unintentionally.
You have the right to brush off someone else's words and actions and not allow them to affect your life.
You have the right to lose respect for someone who hurts you.
You have the right to be empathetic, and choose to understand that their words don't necessarily mean who they are.
You have the right to believe that someone is bullying you out of sheer sadistic cruelty.
You have the right to believe that sometimes the meanest people are those who are the most hurt inside.
You have the right to stand up for yourself in the heat of the moment. To call out behaviour that hurts you or others. To point fingers and say "This is wrong. This needs to change."
You have the right to stand up for yourself days, weeks, months or years after the fact. Sometimes you graduate from school and you and that bully are both in your 30s. Maybe they've matured. Maybe they haven't. You have the right to say to them, "You bullied me years ago."
You have the right to your own safety. If you suspect violence or escalation from a bully, you have the right to stay silent. To run away and hide. To guage for yourself what your next move should be.
You have the right to tell whomever you want about your bullying. Your friends, your parents, your teachers, the police.
You have the right to stay silent.
Sometimes friends will gossip. Sometimes parents tell you it's not such a big deal. Sometimes teachers will tell you to just try harder to make friends. Sometimes police will tell you that it's your own fault.
You have the right to call out school and work administration on verbal threats. If someone says "I'm going to kill you with a knife," You do not have to wait until violence occurs. You can call the police. You can demand safety. You do not have to treat threats as empty or meaningless.
You have the right to avoid police action if you feel they are untrustworthy or biased.
You have the right to online safety, and a space that is free from verbal and image harassment. Free speech does not mean freedom to harass. You have the right to block anyone you choose on any service you choose for any reason you choose. You are not a coward for doing so.
Free speech does not mean freedom from criticism. You have the right to engage bullies and tell them to stop. You own your profiles and your spaces. Your youtube channel, your blog. You can moderate who gets their words seen by the world and who doesn't. You have the right to tell someone they are being hurtful, and that their words will make them unwelcome.
You have the right to give warnings. You have the right to block without warning.
Free speech does not mean safety in anonymity. You have the right to report someone's behaviour to site administration. You have the right to disable and delete anonymous comments. You have the right to record and gather evidence of bullying, to report threats and harassment to the police.
You have the right to talk about your experiences with bullying. You can write journals, news articles and make videos expressing your experiences and opinions.
You have the right to be constantly talking about bullying. You have the right to be obsessed with bullying. You have the right to never stop talking about bullying. You have the right to be "no fun anymore" because you're always talking about bullying. You have the right to take things too seriously.
You have the right to be who you are, online and in person. You have the right to your body, your gender, your sexuality, your religion, your background and your future.
You have the right to like the things and hobbies that you like. To wear the clothes you want. To speak and exist in a way that suits you.
You have the right to conceal yourself.
You have the right to keep your hobbies and interests secret. To never show a picture of your face online. You have the right to conceal your gender or sexuality or personality to keep yourself safe from harm. You have the right to alter the way you present yourself to the world for the sake of survival.
You have the right to transition between these two states. If being who you are openly is so painful, such a target on your back, you have the right to retreat to safety. You are not a coward. You are not less of a person for taking care of yourself.
You have the right to be a leader. Someone that people can look up to and take initiative from. You can spearhead anti-bullying campaigns. You can be proactive. You can contribute to change.
You have the right to defend yourself. You do not owe the world your help. You do not need to break yourself for the sake of others. You can follow. You can be silent. You are not a coward.
You have the right to introspection and reflection. You have the right to spend as much time as you want dwelling on your feelings of hurt. You have the right to imagine how your life would be different without bullying. You have the right to cry, publicly, or privately, over things that hurt you. You have the right to have hope. You have the right to feel hopeless.
You have the right to not smile, to not be happy, to not show the world a brave face when you are being hurt. You have the right to emotional honesty. No one can demand from you happiness when you are not happy. You are not a coward. You have the right not to keep your chin up.
You have the right to feel defeated, beaten and bruised. You have the right to feel loss and grief and hurt. You have the right to think that that bully has won, fully and utterly. You are not a coward.
You have the right to feel like you are bigger and better than that bully. You have the right to feel moral outrage. You have the right to feel like It Won't Get Better Unless You Make It Get Better.
You have the right to exist in a space that is physically and emotionally safe. You have the right to demand that adults take responsibility and make it that way.
You have the right to be permanently damaged by bullying. You have the right to let your experiences help you grow and become more as a human being.