I have this on a poster, that my ex gf got me from an online site, either amazon, ebay or etsy, but it looks a tad different and doesn't have your signature on the bottom right hand corner, does that mean someone has ripped off your art and sold it? Or did you do the sales yourself? Further more as well as posters, you can get it on Mouse mats and mugs too, ebay was where I saw those ones
Yeah this has been ripped off several times. I wouldn't mind so much if people would ask permission first, and I did noticed that some of the images are missing my signature at the bottom which is pretty messed up. But I am glad that people enjoy it enough to buy it which is cool. Thanks for letting me know
Hey I just wanted to ask if it was okay that I use your artwork on my FB page. I'll credit you fully anything else you'd like me to do. I won't be making any profit, I just love your Deadpool artwork and would be honored to be able to post it so others can see.
I started my page a while back and searched for images on google, so in other words I already have some of your work on my page... I didn't credit during that time because I didn't know it was a big deal, but after researching a bit more I have corrected that. I still have them on my page and the images not credited are becoming so slowly but surely. I will delete them if you want, but I just wanted to let you know.
Ahhhh... Now it's off I go to the next artist to correct my mistakes. Lol.
Hey man, sorry for the late reply. Yeah it's totally cool with me and I appreciate you asking. I know a lot of artist are a little touchy on the subject of credit since it's so common for people's work to be stolen. Send me a link to your page and I'll Like it.
That's the link to the page. Don't hesitate to send us anything you want credited. We've gained some talented artists here recently, and would love to display more talent (Deadpool related of course) I appreciate your reply though.
I think I drew out the cloud shapes with the lasso tool and colored them in, then I used the smudge and blur tool to render them to look all cloudy. I also used the dodge and burn tools to add highlights and shadows to the clouds.