anything uploaded to deviantart is claimed by the user that posts it. *nods* it doesn't need to be said specifically--anything you upload must be completely your work or given proper credit(or have a link of the original in the description). it's not right to have everything available as a print, too. ^u^; the print service is meant to be used for popular works that people will want to put on their wall in a frame. it's really expensive, actualy. @n@;;
Oh, thanks again for the explanation. I went and deactivated the prints and put the links to the original pictures in the description. But I'm still not too sure about the Vector thing - I'm thinking more like Vexel, but I also went and checked other linearts and into which category their creators put them in - there were various categories, so I just decided on the one that I thought was right.
np *pats* :3 i've never heard of a "vexel" before. xD on Deviantart it's common to have anime screencap traces listed under the Vector category. *nodnods* most images in that section aren't Vector files anyway. >w<; this site takes some getting used to for foreigners, no worries. hehe x3
haha, true - I still haven't gotten really used to it. So, I should put the linearts into vectors? It's just that I thought that people were sensitive about it.I got a friend of mine yelling at me that my pictures weren't vectors but vexels (like vector pixels in one) and he went and showed me the difference - vectors retain their quality no matter how much you stretch them, while vexels pixelate.
xD well, there's no vexel cetegory on deviantart. i think it would be easier to put the linearts in the scraps category because they're technically work-in-progress pieces. *nodnods* look through the vector category and you'll see what i mean that most images aren't true Vectors. :3 the traditional art you've uploaded has to go, though. :S they're considered tracings and are against the rules on here. *pats* D:
I apologize if I've annoyed you with this, but I drew those drawings just by watching the pictures and I definitively never traced them (if by tracing you mean putting a semi-transparent paper over the original picture and just drawing over the lines) so, I don't think it's against the rules...