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bonding lines by neutralpoint
bonding lines
reference-photo by Mike Croshaw did not just trace it off, but did draw it off as close to the original as i could, i suck at hair thou.
anybody up for some coloring? i will color it in due time, but curious on how you guys would do it.
I would like to say i am happy to live in this day and age. what most may not know is that just untill 2009, fetishism and sadomasochism was considered mental illness here in Sweden, i don't know how it was and is in other countries, and if we look at Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Trans&Intergender, those too were considered mental illness until just a few years ago. we still fight for human rights for GLBTI-people to be taken seriously.
what does this have to do with net neutrality. I don´t know, really. this is just my thoughts on the matter.
The fact that the net is open for all, neutral, made it possible for like-minded people to gather, for people like me to find the information and answers we were looking for, websites where people like me can feel accepted.

If you could take a few minutes to read this, and spread it, please do.…
correct me if i am wrong, what the FCC wants to open up the door for, if i understood it correct, making it possible for the ones who pay the most to get the best, or in some darker speculations, pay to slow down unwanted websites.

In itself, i don't know if it can do that much damage, but it all comes down to who runs The US of A, The ones with the deepest pockets.
Lets say someone with very strict, religious, conservative beliefs could pay to slow down traffic to what they belive is bad.

Should we be worried?


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hobby-artist interested in oldschool and newmedia, from the east to the west, i create when i feel like it, both in traditional and newmedia, i find inspiration in many things. latex-fetishist playing photo-model at home, would love to design latexclothing either for myself or a prof. photo-model. this is a branch-acc, another persona, its not like im hiding my interest in latex, just need to have a place to be open with it.

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CrystalLoveEmpress Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday.
neutralpoint Featured By Owner 13 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
aw thanks <3
killerpen69 Featured By Owner 2 days ago
happy birthday ^^
neutralpoint Featured By Owner 13 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks <3 sorry for late reply, been a crazy weekend.
LatexMarkus Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Artist
Happy Birthday Heart Airborne Heart 
neutralpoint Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you <3 *HAPPYDANCE*
LatexMarkus Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Artist
Aeruhl Featured By Owner May 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

Hey now that's kind of funny... I mean... here's "your" art >>…

... and now take a look at this-->>>>…

Look familiar? Unless you happen own another account sporting the handle 'Speeh', you have clearly stolen another user's lineart practically verbatim, recolored it, and put your own head(s) on it. Of course, that's assuming that you actually did the head(s), colors, or any other part of this yourself.

Since your gallery consists almost entirely of latex selfies and the only art there to be seen are pictures of Venom symbiotes (one of which I've just exposed as being at least 80% stolen), I wouldn't be particularly surprised if it were all stolen. Most actual artists are not so single minded that they pick one single subject or theme and then just keep drawing it over and over again without ever trying something different. On the other hand it seems much likelier that a person with an obvious sexual fixation, a.k.a. a fetish, would possess an account gallery consisting of only one theme. It also seems likely that a person with such a fixation might be more interested in adding to their gallery than they are in following rules, or staying on good terms with other users.

Of course, that's all speculation on my part. Whether any of it is true or not is immaterial to the issue at hand. The bottom line is that you're submitting someone else's altered work, offering no accreditation, and leading the community to believe it's your own. This pisses me off. I wouldn't tolerate it with my own work, and I won't see it done to someone else.

Since I'm 99.9% confident that you are not the owner of the account handle 'Speeh' (whose account says Oakland California by the way), if I were you I'd take this and any other rip-offs down right now, and keep them down, before the actual owner in question receives the private message I'm about to send and reports you to the admins about his intellectual property.

neutralpoint Featured By Owner May 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
you have many valid points, i agree with you, but at the same time, its not like i am hiding how they were made, i admit i dont put down in the descriptions how they all are made, i did on some, not all, i am sorry about that, i am open to change that, since you say you know who, maybe you could give me the list to ask them personaly? would you be so kind as to tell me who made the originals of what i changed into symbiote-hosts. i asked nicely, yes?
 i stumble upon picts on g.e-hentai or a chan-forum, with no knowledge on who made what. i see potential in how awesome a pic would look with a symbiote.
copying others art and changing them, its nothing new really, look at human history. have you contacted others here on DS who do the same?
it would be stealing if i right down copied everything of the original and called it my own. tracing is copying yes, stealing? adding/drawing a venom-mouth,tongue and spider-symbol, not sure what to call that.
are any of the original pics of female symbiote-hosts? i have learned much about anatomy and muscles through the pics, so i hope i soon dont have to rely on copy&change to be able to contribute to the group i send them to. i just enjoy them as much i hope the members do, its our fetish.
not knowing who made them, i am at fault for not asking the OC of the original image. i did ask in one submission, if anyone knew who made the original, and someone did, so i asked the OC Who was ok with it. thats only one, so i have a long way to go, but i am open to ask the creators myself. so i ask once again nicely if you could help me by giving me the names of the creators.

try me if you dont think i am serious.
Aeruhl Featured By Owner May 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
In other words you've just confirmed to me that some or all of your other symbiote pics are also for lack of gentler phrase ... stolen. And pretty much confirmed most of my speculation. ... Sigh... tsk tsk.

First off let me say that my remarks regarding the potential tendencies of a person with a fetish are not malicious. Actually they partly come from what I know about myself and my own fetishes. The other part comes from my normal observation of human behavior. And again, it was speculation which you just confirmed. You make no denial or apology for that part. I respect that.

If you want to contact "Speeh" -> :iconspeeh: <--you'd better do it as soon as possible. If I could tell you the names of artists who created your other deviations I would.. but I haven't the faintest idea who they are or how you'd find out.

I don't know why you would think it's okay to post art you had little to no hand in creating yourself and say nothing about it. This is a site of artists. People are typically very protective of their intellectual property. At the very least they should be credited for their work. That's why there are rules about it here, and laws about it in the real world.

What you should have been doing all this time, if you insist on posting something that was mostly created by someone else, is write a simple disclaimer. It doesn't have to be much, but just let people know "I didn't make this thing, I just think it looks cool. I don't know who did make it. If that person should come along and have a problem with it they should contact me, I'll take it down." It's that simple man. And you should be doing it whether or not you found that art on a hentai site. deviantart is a big thing for artists. Many professional artists for entertainment media and other industries post their work here. While actually running into one of these artists (even here on deviatart) is pretty unlikely, there's a decent enough likelihood that any of them could be members here. Including the illustrators for your hentai stuff. Oh yes, I know about toon porn.... g.e-hentai is a site I've visited many times.

I myself have had a situation or two in which I posted what may or may not be considered at least partially someone else's art. I refer you to this example:… <- if you scroll to the bottom of this pages description a the word "Note" with a colon: under which I write my disclaimer wherein I state that I am not the creator of the in-game items pictured and that I do not know who created them. After which I made it clear that should any such artist find my deviation and want it taken down all they need do is ask.

You gotta do this man. When you don't say anything, and let the community believe you've created something that you didn't you run the risk of what happened here.
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