reversed-singularityFeatured By OwnerDec 31, 2012Hobbyist Photographer
hmm...it's a little odd that the downloadable image size is not that small..this suggest that he might have the original. But looking at the gallery as a whole..yes, it's very unlikely that he's such a multi-talented person (or lucky for the spontaneous shots)
Should he have defended his honour instead of blocking users and deleting all comments that mentioned art theft, and maybe I would have been na´ve enough to believe he could be innocent on this matter. But ok, now let's leave it for the help desk to judge.
You know, I wonder sometimes if the complete assholes who have no idea what they're doing around here even know how to respond to people's fucking comments because they occasionally make painful to read steaming pile of shit threads like these, and don't even answer any of the disappointed posters that opened up the topic.
Oh my god, I can just tell you think this horribly worded shit story of yours is something that's REALLY clever and is making some sort of thought provoking point in the wittiest way but fuck I couldn't stand to get past "from sunrise to sunset" unless you blew me.
After reading your post maybe I should make a clarification. It wasn't MY art being stolen. This deviant collects images from the web and posts them in his gallery. It doesn't seem to me that writing "from net" on a deviations' description is enough to justify using artwork that doesn't belong to him. Besides, imagine, for example, that one fine day you'd witness a bank robbery and could identify the people who did it. Would you shrug and do nothing about it, just because it wasn't your money being taken? Apathy can lead only to more situations like that one. Why not complaining? I believe it's both a right and a duty.
Report them and move on. That IS doing something about it -the only thing in your power to do. You are welcome to get all upset and throw a tantrum. But that wouldn't really accomplish anything. Choosing one's battles wisely and acknowledging one's limitations is not apathy. It's what separates the children from the adults.