DDs I've featured! Thanks for suggesting!
Not crediting patterns make you an asshat.I very rarely get angry on dA. There is too much to worry about in real life. But when you take a pattern and make a toy and do not credit the original artist, then that irritates me. Even more so if you then SELL the item you have made from the uncredited pattern.Not crediting patterns make you an asshat. by UnicornReality
The awesome adorablykawaii made this awesome sleeping fox. With access to the pattern in her description.
MissBajoCollection has the same fox - on her account and every time someone asks for a pattern she says she hasn't got one or asks to be noted about selling the toy. I even left a comment on her page that says she should at least credit people for their pattern, she promptly hid this which is an admission of guilt if I ever saw one.
is by adorablykawaii - is MissBajoCollection There are other examples but I can't be bothered to look, its getting late and I have a guest over!
It is infuriating
Testing LimitsLast year, just before Halloween, my loving husband participated in a Zombie Run. For those unfamiliar, it was a 5KM event with a couple of obstacles and people dressed up like zombies, trying to steal your 'lives' (flags that were around your waist). At the time, I was undergoing some medical stuff and wasn't permitted to participate but it was the beginning of something .. crazy. In his words, the few obstacles weren't that big of a deal but it was a lot of fun and he wanted to do more.Testing Limits by Moonbeam13
He then signed up for Warrior Dash and Tough Mudder Given my circumstances at the time, it was assumed I wasn't going to be able to join him but life has a funny way of changing course on you and a couple of weeks before Warrior Dash, I signed up. Warrior Dash was fun but intense, a 5 KM course on a ski mountain and 13 nutty obstacles. The experience was incredible, I pus