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Author:  Wooster [ Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:36 am ]
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This forum is for fanart.

Please post only your own work. If it contains spoilers, make sure you label as such in the topic. ONLY Phoenix Wright fanart is allowed here.

Do not post adult material here. Post a link to the adult material. Be sure to label appropriately!

If you respond to any fanart posted here, do so NICELY and CONSTRUCTIVELY.

If you would like to submit any of your work to Court Records, please make a note in your post.

Author:  Android 21 3/7 [ Wed Apr 04, 2007 3:26 am ]
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Okay, this has been bothering me for a long time now, but...

I noticed everyone around here uses image shack. Can I just put up links to my devart submissions instead? ._.

Author:  fapman [ Wed Apr 04, 2007 3:35 am ]
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Android 21 3/7 wrote:
Okay, this has been bothering me for a long time now, but...

I noticed everyone around here uses image shack. Can I just put up links to my devart submissions instead? ._.


Sure, go ahead. I don't see a problem with that.

Author:  Android 21 3/7 [ Wed Apr 04, 2007 3:38 am ]
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WOO HOO!

Author:  CantFaketheFunk [ Tue Apr 10, 2007 10:10 am ]
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Question - Might there be a thread for requests? Or a subforum? For those of us who don't have any artistic talent :(

Author:  Garlar [ Thu Apr 12, 2007 5:39 pm ]
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I agree. CantFaketheFunk's idea isn't bad at all. So we artistic talents (yeah, talent... suuure) can choose a commission. Non-artist users would see what they want (besides our own work, obviously) and we would always have at least a general idea of what to draw. Perfect if you lack ideas :D

Author:  Croik [ Sat Apr 14, 2007 9:42 pm ]
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As long as people don't start whining I'm not against the idea.

Author:  Dr. E. Coli [ Mon Sep 17, 2007 12:09 am ]
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This is going to sound sort of dumb, but I'm only trying to be 100% sure before I post:

What about fan characters? I've noticed in the Sprites section a lot of people sprite fan characters...but I haven't seen a real fan character thread here, so I want to be sure.

Author:  Sklarvv [ Mon Nov 19, 2007 1:14 am ]
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Okay, quick question.
If I have a crapload of comics, would it be bad to create a thread for each?

Author:  SELECT [ Thu Jan 03, 2008 1:14 am ]
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Er, I've got a few questions...

I've got a few PW scans from a doujinshi that I didn't draw, but I did colored a few of them in out of boredom.
Would I be able to post them if I gave proper credit to the original artist? Or does any art I post here have to be completely my own? o_O?

...Would this even be the right section to post them? .__.?

Author:  The Sandwich [ Thu Jan 03, 2008 1:17 am ]
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Sklarvv wrote:
Okay, quick question.
If I have a crapload of comics, would it be bad to create a thread for each?


Yes, it would.

Author:  Bounty hunter [ Mon Jan 21, 2008 3:12 am ]
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I'm going to sound like an idiot but how do I actually post my images.

Author:  Yuriko Oyama [ Mon Feb 11, 2008 6:22 pm ]
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Quote:
I'm going to sound like an idiot but how do I actually post my images.

Actually, you're not the only one who doesn't know how to.
I'd like to know how to post some of the drawings I made, so pleeease, someone help me!

Author:  Dr. E. Coli [ Sun Apr 13, 2008 9:56 pm ]
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just like you would signature banners or what not, [img ] (url of image) [/img ], without the spaces.

to upload an image from your computer to the internet, you could use a free image hosting site such as photobucket and imageshack.

and I still want to know an answer for my fan character question...

Author:  root_beer_junkie [ Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:24 pm ]
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RANDOM STUPID QUESTION TIME!

So, what if I have art that isn't PW related? Can I make an art thread from it? And if I can, where should it go?

Author:  liamnaruto [ Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:57 am ]
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i'm a guy who bad cna fna art be :phoenix: oaky who but me and ewsoth tohert
:edgeworth: it burns peopple eyes :udgy: ...........................

Author:  AnimeKitteh [ Wed Oct 29, 2008 11:26 pm ]
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So, We can ONLY post PW related Avatar's and Sigs?
Nothing Else?

Author:  Arkillian [ Sun Feb 15, 2009 12:27 am ]
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Was the question on if Fan characters are allowed answered? I have one from a fanfic that I'm WIP writing (It's REALLY long) called Zeth Gant (Son of Damon Gant obviously) which I' doing a bit of art for cause he's getting pretty popular on Deviant art. He's a detective / lawyer with a bad habit of gambling with people's virdicts- and winnng

Spoiler: OC art- Zeth Gant
Image


Can I post art of him in the forum?

Author:  KamenRiderNeko [ Thu Oct 01, 2009 6:55 pm ]
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Ok, question about adult content; is it ok to post mildly sexual content under spoiler tags? Nothing too graphic really.

Author:  Nose [ Thu Oct 01, 2009 7:06 pm ]
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Just specify what the particular adult content is in the spoiler tag and you're good to go. (ie. Mild Yaoi, NSFW, that kind of thing)

edit: apologies, although alright in most circumstances, please refer to Lunaria's post for proper guidelines.

Author:  KamenRiderNeko [ Thu Oct 01, 2009 7:13 pm ]
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Nose wrote:
Just specify what the particular adult content is in the spoiler tag and you're good to go. (ie. Mild Yaoi, NSFW, that kind of thing)


Ah, fabulous, thanks!

Author:  Lunaria42 [ Thu Oct 01, 2009 7:53 pm ]
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KamenRiderNeko wrote:
Nose wrote:
Just specify what the particular adult content is in the spoiler tag and you're good to go. (ie. Mild Yaoi, NSFW, that kind of thing)


Ah, fabulous, thanks!


I say it's best to err on the side of caution and post everything as link instead of an image if you're not sure.

Author:  briemoo [ Sun Jan 17, 2010 12:09 am ]
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Would we be able to post stencils we made directly from AA official art?

Author:  MaxwellsDeamon [ Thu Mar 25, 2010 5:38 pm ]
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Dr. E. Coli wrote:
This is going to sound sort of dumb, but I'm only trying to be 100% sure before I post:

What about fan characters? I've noticed in the Sprites section a lot of people sprite fan characters...but I haven't seen a real fan character thread here, so I want to be sure.

I'm definitely not someone important on this forum page, but If I had to take a guess, I'd say fan characters are OKAY as long as they are AA/GS/GK related. After all, Court Records DOES host an OC character contest. If they weren't Okay with OC's, then they wouldn't host a contest for them...

But again, I'm just a "suspect" here, and by no means have any authority or power whatsoever~

Author:  Arkillian [ Mon Mar 29, 2010 12:45 am ]
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MaxwellsDeamon wrote:
Dr. E. Coli wrote:
This is going to sound sort of dumb, but I'm only trying to be 100% sure before I post:

What about fan characters? I've noticed in the Sprites section a lot of people sprite fan characters...but I haven't seen a real fan character thread here, so I want to be sure.

I'm definitely not someone important on this forum page, but If I had to take a guess, I'd say fan characters are OKAY as long as they are AA/GS/GK related. After all, Court Records DOES host an OC character contest. If they weren't Okay with OC's, then they wouldn't host a contest for them...

But again, I'm just a "suspect" here, and by no means have any authority or power whatsoever~


I've posted my OCs for ages so I can't see why not >.> Being a 'suspect' just means you've done less than a certain amount of posts. I have no more privileges than you and I'm Ace Attorney rank.

Author:  MaxwellsDeamon [ Wed Mar 31, 2010 7:01 pm ]
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briemoo wrote:
Would we be able to post stencils we made directly from AA official art?

That falls under "copyright infringement" territory.

Artwork copyright has this neat little thing where, as long as you change the original by at LEAST 29% you can redistribute it. You cannot ever copy and redistribute another artists works unless giving them sole credit for the work or with their express permission. Tracing another artists work, while by your hand, doesn't change he fact that the artwork in question is their intellectual property. Unless you change a pose, alter an outfit, rearrange the scenery or something to this extent (expressly with your own artwork as those substitutions) then it's a very slippery slope.

Does that mean that this never happens, no. Does that mean you should do it anyway, in my opinion - definitely not. Besides, while you can use those arts as your practice, the true pleasure in drawing is when you've made something all your own. Sure the character isn't yours, but you've put them in a place (position, outfit, scenery or WHATEVER) that is altogether new to them.

But I'm pretty romanticized about the artistic world. I will also admit, tracing or redistributing artwork is very hard on the original artists. I err on the side of trying to make their life a little easier~

Author:  Freakyalex [ Wed Apr 07, 2010 7:20 pm ]
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Is there anywhere we can post non-PW artwork?

Sorry, other people have asked, I know.

Author:  Nose [ Wed Apr 07, 2010 10:07 pm ]
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Nope, same with the other creativity boards. Feel free to link to your deviantart/art blog etc. in your art thread or signature however.

Author:  Freakyalex [ Thu Apr 08, 2010 9:48 am ]
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Okey Dokey, thanks.

Author:  hoshihoshi [ Wed Apr 14, 2010 5:40 am ]
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Hi, I'm new here. Just wanted to ask if yaoi or yuri is allowed here? I know for drawings of an adult nature, I'd have to post links, but if these links lead to homoerotic content, is that permitted? I don't want to offend too many people. :C

Thanks!

Author:  Arkillian [ Wed Apr 14, 2010 6:04 am ]
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hoshihoshi wrote:
Hi, I'm new here. Just wanted to ask if yaoi or yuri is allowed here? I know for drawings of an adult nature, I'd have to post links, but if these links lead to homoerotic content, is that permitted? I don't want to offend too many people. :C

Thanks!


It's allowed, but keep it in spoiler tags stating they have that kind of content. If it isn't PG13, then you have to link the image as a URL, not as an image

Author:  hoshihoshi [ Wed Apr 14, 2010 6:12 am ]
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Arkillian wrote:
It's allowed, but keep it in spoiler tags stating they have that kind of content. If it isn't PG13, then you have to link the image as a URL, not as an image


Thanks!

One more thing. Are there any guidelines as to what constitutes PG-13 and what doesn't? In terms of how much is allowed? Eg, kissing/nudity/states of undress/themes, etc? Or maybe if in doubt I'll spoiler and link XD

Author:  MaxwellsDeamon [ Thu Apr 15, 2010 12:13 am ]
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hoshihoshi wrote:
Arkillian wrote:
It's allowed, but keep it in spoiler tags stating they have that kind of content. If it isn't PG13, then you have to link the image as a URL, not as an image


Thanks!

One more thing. Are there any guidelines as to what constitutes PG-13 and what doesn't? In terms of how much is allowed? Eg, kissing/nudity/states of undress/themes, etc? Or maybe if in doubt I'll spoiler and link XD

Rule of thumb is that of the "when in doubt, err in the side of caution". Though, if you googled PG-13 standards, or Wiki'd it or something, I'm sure you'd find pretty concrete guidelines for it. (They'd be geared towards film, but still, it'd give you an idea)

Author:  hoshihoshi [ Thu Apr 15, 2010 5:24 am ]
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Got it thanks~ I think I'll just go with worksafe vs NSFW instead of PG/NC-17/MA/R ratings that do my head in. XD

Thanks again~

Author:  MapleRose [ Tue Apr 27, 2010 4:27 pm ]
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Kind of a stupid question, but are Ghost Trick-related stuff allowed here?

Author:  MaxwellsDeamon [ Wed Apr 28, 2010 3:43 am ]
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MapleRose wrote:
Kind of a stupid question, but are Ghost Trick-related stuff allowed here?

well.. it wouldn't be allowed in any of the pages that are listed as explicitly PW materials... but as the main site has some Ghost trick articles, I can't reasonably see why not~

Author:  MapleRose [ Wed Apr 28, 2010 3:25 pm ]
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MaxwellsDeamon wrote:
MapleRose wrote:
Kind of a stupid question, but are Ghost Trick-related stuff allowed here?

well.. it wouldn't be allowed in any of the pages that are listed as explicitly PW materials... but as the main site has some Ghost trick articles, I can't reasonably see why not~

So you think I'd be okay posting Ghost Trick fanart and graphics? I really love the bold art style and want to make some wallpapers of it =D

Also on a related question, would I be allowed to post fanart of other series' characters cosplaying PW characters, and vise versa?

Author:  Nose [ Wed Apr 28, 2010 4:42 pm ]
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As far as I'm aware Ghost Trick should be allowed given that it takes part in the AA universe, but I'll pm Croik about it for clarification. You should be able to post graphics of it regardless, different rules apply there.

MapleRose wrote:
Also on a related question, would I be allowed to post fanart of other series' characters cosplaying PW characters, and vise versa?


Yes.

Author:  hoshihoshi [ Sat Jun 19, 2010 11:45 am ]
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I've searched for an art trade thread, but couldn't find one. Is it ok to make one that is for trading of art, not just requesting? If there is already one, can someone please link it to me so it can be revived? I seriously can't believe why there isn't one. Art trades >>> Art requests.

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