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Art Theft for profit/Robo de Arte lucrativo

Journal Entry: Mon Aug 29, 2011, 5:14 AM


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This information is thanks to :iconaznblueangel: :icondashima: and :iconshizero:.

A Chinese company of children's educational products in VCD is stealing the art of many users Deviantart (:iconinma:, :iconshizero:, etc. ..), and me too.
Specifically in these products:
www.parrotav.com/details_p.asp…
www.parrotav.com/details_p.asp…

Screenshots of the art thief and web sites for sale:















Originals:
XV Salon del manga Barcelona by HlYA Alice in the wonderland by HlYA

Products sold my images are bedtime stories, and the other talks about the history of Chinese ceramics ... (I do not appear Chinese letters in the browser, but the translator of "chrome" he translates it)
Drawings have been published watermarks removed, redesigning / adjusted
image trimming and putting things without permission or notice to
respective authors, and this case, myself.
As I read the DA user journals dashima dashima.deviantart.com/journal… say that the works
stolen are used in merchandising packages, and do not know if they exist or not, more stolen art in its interior.

The biggest problem lies that have been stolen for profit.

I ask that people visit the website of the company that is this:
www.parrotav.com/product.asp
Look at all their products to see if they have been stolen.

Also on their website there is contact information, or else in the journal of dashima also displayed information.dashima.deviantart.com/journal…

But it sounds pessimistic, in China's copyright law is very
different from ours. Neither copyright nor patent or Sinde ... all do not care.
They even shows the "plagiarism cheaper improved" ... have
CLAMP plagiarized or even the Apple ... so .. I doubt it
can do something ...

Still, I will inform Ficomic the case (because the image has been stolen
belongs in part) and I, for my part I will write a good
little note ...

PD:Sorry my bad english >_<

:bulletpink:ESPAÑOL:

Esta información es gracias a :iconaznblueangel: y la información de :icondashima: y :iconshizero:.

Una compañía china de productos infantiles educacionales en VCD está robando el arte de muchos usuarios de Deviantart (:iconinma:,:iconshizero:, etc..), entre los que me encuentro yo también.
En concreto en estos productos:
www.parrotav.com/details_p.asp…
www.parrotav.com/details_p.asp…

Screenshots de la web ladrona y webs de venta:















Originales:
XV Salon del manga Barcelona by HlYA Alice in the wonderland by HlYA

Los productos que vende con mis imágenes son cuentos antes de dormir, y el otro habla sobre la historia de la cerámica china...( No me salen los caracteres chinos pero el traductor de chrome me lo traduce)
Han editado los dibujos quitado marcas de agua, rediseñando/ajustado la imagen recortando y poniendo cosas a mansalva sin permiso ni aviso a los respectivos autores, y este caso, a mi misma.
Según he leído en journals del DA del usuario dashima dicen las obras robadas se usan en los paquetes de mercancías y no se sabe si existen o no más obras robadas en su interior.

El mayor  problema recae en que han sido robadas con fines lucrativos.

Pido que la gente entre en la web de la compañia que es esta:
www.parrotav.com/product.asp
Mire todos sus productos para ver si también han sido robados.

Además en su web hay información de contacto, osino en el journal de :icondashima: también sale la información.
dashima.deviantart.com/journal…

Pero, aunque suene pesimista, en china la ley del copyright es muy diferente a la nuestra. Ni copyright, ni patentes, ni Sinde...todo se la suda.
Incluso hacen ferias de los "plagios mejorados más baratos"... han plagiado incluso a las propias CLAMP o Apple ... asi que.. dudo que se pueda hacer algo...

Aún así informaré a Ficomic del caso ( ya que la imagen que han robado les pertenece en parte) y yo, por mi parte le escribiré una buena notita... que fijo que harán oidos sordos.







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InPBo Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011  Student General Artist
CRAZY PEOPLE! that is DESRESPECT FOR THE ARTIST >:(
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Tineta Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011  Student Filmographer
Siento tener que oir esta noticia... espero que todo se arregle pronto, pero si que es verdad que la ley en China es bastante tolerante en estos casos. Ojalá haya suerte contigo! :)
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HlYA Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Gracias :)
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PRllNCE Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
This is really going way too far. You could hire an attorney for this, you know? They're breaking the law and they can and should be properly punished for it.
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HikariAlchemist Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
I agree! Too many people are trying to take advantage of and credit for YOUR HARD WORK. You deserve the right to produce your artistic creations without having to worry about others stealing from you. I hope this site and any other site stealing your work is shut down for theft. I recommend getting official copyrights for your work! :hug:
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PRllNCE Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Exactly, I think that when people steal someone's art for profit, it goes way too far - which also means they deserve a harsher punishment than losing a membership or getting a lecture.
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HikariAlchemist Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Precisely. Losing memberships on one site does not prevent them from getting accounts on another to steal works, and since when have lectures worked as a punishment for anything? Artwork placed on the internet is just as personal as artwork placed on the wall of a museum or the wall of your own home. That said, I believe that stealing a person's artwork online is just as bad as stealing it from the wall of their home. It's personal, and therefore punishable.
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