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impala99 Feb 5, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Used in a photomanipulation: [link]
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:iconevilturnover:
It looks good there, I like what you did with it. Oh, and thanks for crediting me.
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RockManNutty Sep 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
He's the most swagtastic Dragon there is.
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grandmoonma Sep 24, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
this is cute.
would it be ok with you if someday in the future I used this image in one of my art pieces?
I would give you credit.
check my stuff out to see what I have done.
I work with both my original ideas and with images/inspirations from fellow bronies
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:iconevilturnover:
Yeah, you can use it. If you want the svg file too I'll put it in Sta.sh and link it in the description.
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grandmoonma Sep 24, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thank you for letting me do this,
but I don't know what the 'svg file' is and the only thing I know about Sta.sh is that the word appears under the 'submit' button thingie.
Is it an easy tihng or a hard thing to learn and/or do?
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:iconevilturnover:
It's ok, svg files are used in vector programs like Adobe Illustrator and Inkscape. All you will need is the picture that is available if what you plan to do is draw it, but if you want to have a go with making vectors or anything, just ask and I'll try to help you out and/or give you the svg file.
Sta.sh is used for holding on to files online, but in a way so that only people who you give the exact URL for can see them, the holder of the account can also see them. It is a good place to store your digital files that you want to save incase you computer dies. It is just like using a USB to store your files, except it is actually a stored on a server somewhere, and can be accessed anywhere, so long as you have access to the internet.
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grandmoonma Sep 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thanks again for taking the time to explain.
I don't have vector programs.
I can't even make 'paint' work, but that's all right for now.
I have so many projects with my embroidery and sewing, I don't have the time just yet to learn "digital art" though some day I might.
I looked into Sta.sh and successfully put one of my wip photos in there.
Sadly, my last computer did crash, I lost photos of older art pieces. I don't want that to happen again. I think its time for me to learn Sta.sh
thanks for your help
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:iconevilturnover:
No problem. Anytime.
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ShinyWhiteWaters Sep 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Spike the swagon.
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