Stock images, textures, brushes, premades & cut-out stock
- ...give credit (with a link back here)
- ...show me what you've created (via note or comment)
- ...redistribute my stock/brushes as it is (no repacks either!) - link people here instead -- my stock is not to be redistributed as part of tutorials packages!!!
- ...create stock from my stock (incl. brushes, premade backgrounds)
- ...upload your manips of my stock to the photography section - you did not take the picture, I did!
- ...use my stock for commercial use, incl. prints, book/cd covers, commissions etc - but excluding stock premades for sale!...as long as you
- ...do more than minor adjustments (change colors, use filters, remove phone lines) - i.e. if it's your art you're selling, I'm perfectly fine - if you're trying to sell my photos, I'm not.
YOU CAN ALSO...
- ...use my stock to practice retouching/overpainting (i.e. minor adjustments, not full manips) as long as you keep to the rules above and upload to an appropriate category, for example Digital Art > Miscellaneous or your Scraps - NOT anywhere in Photography (you did not take the picture after all)! You are not allowed to sell retouches!
- ...use my stock for reference in traditional art.
- ...use my stock to illustrate webzines/news articles
- ...create website layouts or dA journal layouts
- ...use my stock in all kinds of personal projects
- ...use my stock off dA (incl. ponybox, forums, etc)
No need to ask! - just keep with the rules above especially concerning commercial use and all's good!Journal CSS
If you use them, use them as they are or completely (!) exchange the images for your own. I put a lot of effort into my css and it stings when people tear the design apart to start mixing and matching my images with their own or those of other css creators. You can use the code as a basis for your own, but the images are not yours to drag through Photoshop - they are not stock! Also, please don't use the images individually for example as module backgrounds - you can only use them within the css.Tutorials
My tutorials are all (c) kuschelirmel-stock - I provide them for free because I believe in giving back to the community the help that I got when I started out. But that does not mean I want them redistributed and reprinted/copied all over the place. It takes lots of time to make them, so let me at least have the possibility to see all reactions first hand! I will not agree to translations, mostly because I cannot check if the translation is any good if I don't speak the language. Sorry, English only!
I'm a process engineer who loves to create photomanips in her free time. My art account can be found at kuschelirmel
. Here on my stock account, you'll find all sorts of resources from stock images to textures to tutorials. I don't have many rules when it comes to the usage, but I have a few and I expect you to take the time to read them if you download and use my stock.
If you have additional questions, feel free to contact me via note or e-mail: kuschelirmel<at>gmail.comTools of the Trade
- Nikon D90 with the following lenses: 18-105 mm, 70-300 mm, 105 mm Macro
- Photoshop CS5 Extended
- Coffee & Chocolate!