Remember when I said I was going to start publicilly calling out ass hats who stole my work? Well this is it.
Most of the time when I confront someone who has taken my work, I ask them to simply credit me and the majority of the time they do. Everyone is happy! I am a full time independent artist and by crediting me, you are helping to support my work!
This guy takes my work, removed my signatures from my work, claims it as his own, and then blocks me. Pretty much every image in his gallery has been stolen from other artists.
If you have an Instagram account please do me a favour and report him. I've already reported him myself but the more who do the better! Many thanks!
The name is foreveryoung_wss (fitting name really)
Please see this screen cap which has been uploaded into my gallery hereinstagram.com/p/4i4REQOeJN/?ta…
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Stuff for sale-
As a full time independent artist I am most grateful for every single sale! Thank you kindly for looking!
I upload daily sketches and wips to Patreon. Right now ive made over 180 posts there! You can pledge from $2 and cancel at any time! www.patreon.com/wolfskulljack
For signed prints and originals please visit my Etsy www.etsy.com/shop/wolfskulljac…
For tees and other cool merchandise you can visit Redbubble www.redbubble.com/people/wolfs…
Or Design by Humanswww.designbyhumans.com/shop/Wo…
Any Paypal donations can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
If youre considering getting a tattoo of my work, a donation of any amount would be swell. It helps so much!FAQ-
Hi guys, thought I would knock up a quick FAQ to answer the questions that I get asked most often.1. Can I use your art as a tattoo?
Permission will only be granted if you buy something from my store or make a donation to email@example.com to support my work and help me continue to create! Right now tattooists are making more money from my work than I am and its absolutely crushing.
If the image has already been commissioned by someone else please be respectful of my client and do not use this image.
Do not sell my work to the studio.2. Will you scan in that piece, or make adjustments so I can get it as a tattoo?
No. However you can commission me to create a unique piece for for you. Prices can start from £70 upwards depending on the complexity of the design and how big you want it.3. Do you take free art requests?
Art is my full time job and I never work for free or for 'publicity'. I have bills to pay yo.4. What materials do you use?
The fine liners I use are from The Works and cost £1 for 3. Seriously, they are the best. I have tried all kinds of expensive pens and I go through them so quickly. £1 for 3? Sorted.
The paper I use is watercolour paper as it's thick and sturdy and I can add paints if I want to.5. Do you have any tips on inking?
Negative space!!! Be aware of negative space, putting too much detail will make your image look too busy and distract the viewer. Also reference from photos, and have a play with thickness of lines. 6. Can I copy your work?
If you wish to copy my work for drawing practice than credit me as the original artist.
I own the copyrights to every drawing and you do not have permission to use any of my work for commercial purposes. This includes band merchandise and covers, advertising your website, and clothing companies. 7. Can you do illustrations for my book/band/project?
If it's paid work than I can't see why not. Prices do range for commercial work, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote 8. Where can I buy your stuff to support you?
My favourite question! As I've said art is my only income and every sale means so much to me.
Etsy has my book, postcards and original pieces www.etsy.com/uk/shop/WolfSkull…
Redbubble has my tshirts , tote bags and cushions www.redbubble.com/people/wolfs…
Society6 has various prints, shower curtains and bed covers society6.com/arroo/prints9. I like this drawing but don't have any money, can I have permission to use it for my band/kickstarter/comic/book? We will give you credit!
No. Please nut up and hire and artist. Just because artists enjoy what they do doesn't mean they don't deserve to be paid for their hard work.