We talked a couple of years ago regarding my painting that you chose for the "Lotus Eaters" page. I was honored you chose it, and sent you a better/more finished version to replace the older version, which you graciously did. I'm writing again because for some reason, the old version keeps popping up as one of my top results in google image search. If you could delete it altogether from the file history, I would be really grateful! I'm trying to make sure my more recent / better work is online from now on, I hope you understand.
Unfortunately, I cannot delete the file history altogether, but if you have an updated version of the image, I'd be more than happy to replace the image, and in time the Google Image Search would catch up.
No, I mean, instead of using synonyms, use all the elements that a thing is connected to. For example, the nagas are god people (Aether), have deadly venom (Poison) and are protectors of lakes and rivers (Water).
However, mythical creatures are so vastly varied in their elemental affiliations, it would be incredibly difficult to use that for an effective mode of classification. I want to make sure that elementally similar creatures can all be traced back to a larger category for easier access to some readers who might be just learning about these creatures.
Why you loaded my work on this site? You have a contract with me or the license? Even on the right of noncommercial use of my works the license is got! In this case purchase of the license Web Usage (W-EL). If that license you don't have I demand to remove images!
Do you have any idea where you found the Am Fear Liath Mor image your posted, or who it might belong to? I work on show for Animal Planet, and we might be interested in licensing it for television use.
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Sorry, no pictures on this wiki were created by me. They belong, for the most part, to either artists on Tumblr, artists on Deviantart, to an artist for a video game, to an artist for a card game, to an artist of for a board game, or to an artist for Wizards of the Coast.
Any chance could there be a new page that discusses pseudodragons. They are lesser dragons that serve as familiars for magic users. Unlike true dragons, pseudodragons don't have breath weapons, but they have poisonous barbs at the end of their tails and they behave like common housecats.
I believe that the images here are public domain, yes. Folks only really make an issue of having their images used, on an individual basis. Occasionally, artists will come by and ask that their art be removed, and I will do so, but otherwise, all pictures are fair game. We don't always ask permission, but if asked, we are more than willing to remove what original artists ask.
Oh, wow! Thanks for the upgraded version, and also your permission! It's not always easy to get into contact with original artists (especially since I'm the only one still working on this site, and I have THOUSANDS of pics I work with).
So, your cooperation is definitely appreciated, and I hope the article does your artwork justice! ^_^
Thanks so much for your swift reply and replacing the painting, I appreciate it! I definitely enjoyed your article, and am glad I discovered your site through your sharing this painting. Exploring the mythologies of the world is right up my alley, so I'm especially honored and look forward to reading more on here. Best of luck with this massive undertaking!