Well, I finally made a Tumblr. I guess the question to ask myself now is what the heck I'm going to do with it. ^^"
I draw, quite a lot. But since most of the wonderous crap that is spawned inevitably gets shunted over to DeviantArt (it's mostly either dragons, or fanart for the Invader Zim cartoon), yeah... I don't know. Maybe I'll post some of my weird, creepy dragony-Zim stuff eventually XD
For now you can consider this a work in progress, which is fancy slang for 'I don't know what the hell I'm doing'. Just like with the many essays I should be writing for school right now :D
Has anybody ever actually gotten salmonella from eating raw cookie dough or are people just trying to stop me from living my life
the answer you never wanted: people really are just trying to stop you from living your life
the eggs that are used in cookie dough nowadays have been used in a few scientific experiments in which they tried to make/grow salmonella cultures in there, but it failed
Not directly, no. But do I need it? I sourced her dA account and her pictures are not locked away on her pages, so I assume she wanted them seen.
Speaking as an artist myself, I think it’s a good idea for you to ask her permission. A lot of artists are uncomfortable about people posting their work, even if it’s sourced, and uploading the image themselves does not remove their right to limit where the image circulates online (ie. Tumblr).
It’s good that you cited the art source, but in any case it is best to make sure the artist feels okay about their art being reposted, and that they know exactly where online and the circumstances under which it will be shown. That way, when they see it online and not under their site/account name, they’ll feel safer knowing it was you because you showed yourself as a considerate person who they can more easily trust not to use their art inappropriately.
In essence, it’s showing an artist full respect for their ownership of the work, and them as a person, by asking their permission to post. :)