I wonder, could you do one in the style of Hitman 2: Silent Assassin loading screens? Like those slo-mo shooting shots?
of course! I’ll post one tomorrow
Hitman 2 in Hitman 2 Style(Mumbai in the style of St. Petersburg Stakeout loading screen from Hitman 2: Silent Assassin)
Ermergerd it’s so good! Thank you! how did you make it so quickly?
Took a couple hours
The Wang Fou Incident
(@MrOchoa might like this )
Nice, I’m always happy to see some Love for the Trilogy
Nice one @IndianAgent47
Do you think you would be able to create something involving The Five Fathers? Similar to these…
jeez ok, it’s not like he’s claiming it as his own
I get it crediting original work is important but here he just used it as a reference to a request and no harm intended to the artist. He’s not even claiming it as his own and a lot of times you find stuff on google images and sites other than the site where the artist posted it and it’s hard to get the artist’s name there. What I’m saying is no need to come off as rude because of this reason, if someone was posting the artwork and saying they did it I would’ve agreed with you
maybe he himself doesn’t even know where the picture is from? I have tons of uncredited Artworks where i dont know who did them, unfortunately.
Well if you wanna solve this you would have to go to the source which will be hard to find within the thousands of sites where it’s reposted. I mean the first site/dude who reposted without credit is the culprit, not someone who merely took it and reposted it cause he thought it was cool and for a purpose like a reference.
Like in pirating games the dude who pirates it and distributes it is the criminal, not the downloader
I know that probably no one takes requests but can someone make fan art of Penelope Graves?
Love it. It’s a materpiece.
Thanks, i just hope other Artists wont be so intimidated by its glory that they don’t upload their own artworks anymore
@LordShaw not everyone knows how to reverse image search or that it’s even a feature build into chrome. But it isn’t a standard feature in every browser. If you want to help educate people on giving credit, I would take a less hostile approach.
As a regular you have the chance to guide users instead of hitting them on the head with a hammer. The first approach is much more beneficial to other users as well as the general health of the forum.
Example create a guide that explains how to use the feature in different ways. It might not solve the problem at hand, but it will help.
That might be, but it still doesn’t change the fact that not every user knows that it’s a feature that exist. Calling people illiterates isn’t going to do any good and neither did your hostile tone.
This is a forum community with users coming with a lot of different backgrounds, not all are tech heavy. There for the forum staff expects users with regular titles to be the backbone of this community, to help guide and keep the forum tidy. That is why certain benefits comes with the trust level.
If you disagree with how you as a regular should act here on this forum then you are welcome to send me a PM or find an alternative.
A general reminder is to remember to give credit to the artist, by using the reverse image search that @LordShaw already suggested. Remember that these pieces of art are others livelihood and they rely on it.
You may not post anything digital that belongs to someone else without permission. You may not post descriptions of, links to, or methods for stealing someone’s intellectual property (software, video, audio, images), or for breaking any other law.
With that said it’s also important how we choose to engage in discussion if we see something that isn’t living up to your exaptations, this also entails how the both parties choose to engage in the conversation.