Hey everyone! Recently I did the Stormfly commission for someone and I shared it on my social medias. This is normal for me since I like to show what you can get from me as a commission. This commission was taken LIVE, on stream. I then shared it on Facebook, because like any other piece of art, I really liked it and wanted to show off that I could do something other than sexy pinup burlesque. Hence then the person was upset that I showed it because they wanted to cosplay it first. Here is the thing,
1. It was taken LIVE on stream.
2. No contract was drafted for a time release, or exclusive only piece.
3. Its a derived character.
I decided to post the art here regardless of her being upset about it because this is my portfolio. If something happens to the file, God forbid, I have proof of creation. This is why I share things unless I sign contracts. There is no exclusivity. The only exclusive thing you get, is the art to use for personal use on what ever print material you want as long as you aren't selling it. I honestly do not care if you want to cosplay the piece first, I need to show proof that I designed it.
*as a note I would like to state that all commission art is not usually sold as prints, unless other agreements are made*