A13

“At least I can take my mask off,” she grinned.

Article 13 hangs high in the sky over the Little Fears. Most photos I use are from Unsplash or photo packs from Creative Market. So the original photographs are replicated everywhere on the internet. If social networks use upload filters, man, that will that become a big fear.

Might be a good idea if I change the way I create daily images now instead of waiting to A13 to come into effect. I have some pictures I’ve already made still to use. But I’ll start sliding in some local and London photos along with stand-alone images.

Links for those that haven’t heard of Article 13.

Wired article: https://www.wired.co.uk/article/what-is-article-13-article-11-european-directive-on-copyright-explained-meme-ban

SaveYourInternet: https://saveyourinternet.eu/

Advertising thing, the original Masks drawing is available on a trading card sized-doodle. £6 with free global delivery. It ain’t much but I get asked for original Fears all the time and I tend to draw on a microscopic scale. Linky: littlefears.etsy.com

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11 thoughts on “A13”

  1. What is A13? I do all my own images because I don’t really like using other people’s stuff even if it’s free (although sometimes I will paint a copy of an animal and change the background or colour. Then I write that it is ‘after’ their image).

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    1. Put a couple of links into the post. You’ll be fine. It’s the expected automatic filters that could be a pain. Everything I use is either paid free or free use from Unsplash.

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  2. I’m in the states, but I’ve found that whenever I need a quick something I grab a sheet of paper and a sharpie pen and go to town! I can’t draw for the life of me, but typically my lack of drawing skill is part of the joke that would accompany said drawing. Just a thought, and really hoping that something happens to strike down A13.

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    1. Embedding will be fine. If it’s hosted on YouTube on the music companies channel, there’s no reason why embedding videos should change. It would only be a problem if you were to download and reproduce the music. Which tbh, is a problem for them now haha.

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