15x24/300dpi: Digital: 2007
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The cover for "The Reader's Guide to Drizzt" was a chance to show the Dark Elf in true form: Kicking ass.
Commenting on here as a concerned fan…I would never have found the courage to do this if I wasn’t so angry now.
My friends found out that their art had been stolen and sold on a website. I decided to check around, and this is what I found:
This isn’t the only one, there’s pages of your works there.
I know this will most probably reach you from other sources as well, this site is stealing from everyone and needs to be stopped as fast as possible.
On other things. I love your works: I found them via Salvatore’s books, and I have no words to describe how amazing artist you are.
Thank you for pointing that out. It’s infuriating. I tried to use their “Contact Us” link, but it redirects to a random sales site after a very few seconds. A deliberate dodge. There is a “Report Violation” link below the image, but when you submit a report, you get this:
“WallPart Respect the copyright of others.
This means we don’t steal photos or images that other people have shared and pass them off as your own.
We have no base of images, and doesn’t host and store the image on servers.
Wallpart.com only helps the user to find the images interesting him, the site uses data of the most known third-party search engines.
Process of search happens at user’s browser.
The user himself makes search queries, all content displayed in a window of the browser is received from third-party search engines.
The displayed images are loaded from third-party servers, and aren’t host on the site hosting.
When the user make the order, we get the image from the user, he is responsibility for use.
Wallpart.com doesn’t bear responsibility for the images received from users.”
Enabling theft makes them accessories, doesn’t it.
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