Forum:Need help finding/adding non-copyright images
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I have been GENTLY requested to add links to my expose article on EASTERN ORTHODOXY. I believe there was some threat or other to my mother's life. (She's asthmatic, BTW. Thanks a lot guys! Actually, with someone as bizarre as me, that IS funny! ;})
I have added some linkies to already existing articles, such as HOAX. I would like to add new articles to link to, including St. Aprille of Foole and the band I came up with, Ten Fofty-Four. For the latter I would be eternally grateful for a modified non-copyright image of some freaky-looking band. Or the means (explicit description) to do it. I'm thinking that starting off with a KISS-like band would be the way to go.
With the real, true LIVING(!) Saint, St, Aprille of Foole, whose very testimony proves that E. O. doesn't really exist, I'm thinking of a modified image of the now-bald Brittany (sp?) or some similar-looking pop bimbo icon (HMMMM...) made into a stereotypical Eastern-style....
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And, in the meantime, can we please drop the dead-end label and put RELIGIONS and HOAXES or just one in the category tag at the bottom?
- The wonderful thing about parody is it's protected by fair use, so you can use copyrighted (copywritten?) images here (but please, no Goatse here). As for photoshopped images, if you're incapable of making your own, try image request. -- 03:17, 12 March 2007 (UTC)
- Feel free to remove the dead end label yourself since it's no longer true. And categories can be added to pages by putting Category:Whatever into the article. --Crazyswordsman...With SAVINGS!!!! (T/C) 19:18, 16 March 2007 (UTC) (This post wasn't made by me. He forgot to close a nowiki tag and I closed it for him. Whosever post this was reclaim it). --Crazyswordsman...With SAVINGS!!!! (T/C) 19:22, 16 March 2007 (UTC)
- As far as copyrighted images go in practice, Nobody cares unless it's fanart or indie art posted on the internet. Netiquette rules state that you can use images from corporations but not indie artists who rely on it. I follow that policy at my Wiki, where official artwork and screens are a sort of a blanket implied fair use. But for fan works, we try to get permission of the fan artist. --Crazyswordsman...With SAVINGS!!!! (T/C) 19:18, 16 March 2007 (UTC)