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Aggression by CanisAlbus Aggression by CanisAlbus
Tekijänoikeus 2014 [CanisAlbus.] Tämän teoksen näyttäminen Steamissä ei ole sallittua muiden kuin Steam-tilin nimeltä Kalpeakoira alaisena.

Copyright 2014 [CanisAlbus.] This item is not authorized for posting on Steam, except under the Steam account named Kalpeakoira.

Staedtler pigment liner and Gimp.

Artwork ©CanisAlbus

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MilkyWayToHeaven Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
What it boils down to: people stole Canis art, took credit for it, applied it to a weapon, put it on the workshop, and Valve believed them and they got payed. Canis did the right thing. 

BTW, this design is pretty sick. As a stand alone and on the gun. :)
MrBlazeDemingo Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014  Student Interface Designer
I wish DA and the CSGO Gamer Community would go along... I (am artist myself) do appreciate your artwork too! :)
tynergy Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014
thanks to you i lost 200 dollars from weapon sales. the thief actually made it look better
NicolaRamone Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014
Faggot. Leave Counter Strike alone. You should be happy they stole your art.
VaneFox Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014  Professional Filmographer
You, are a dickhead.
Zephyrkul Featured By Owner Edited Jun 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow, you're so nice. Would you be fine with me stealing your money so long as I used it on Counter-Strike? No? I still stole your money? And it's wrong? Wow, amazing. I would never have guessed. And the word "faggot" has become much more of an insult to the person who uses it than the person who receives the supposed "insult". With the exception of YouTube and COD, of course, which you should probably go back to, the community is much more accepting of ****-measuring contests of "creative" "insults" there.
Bucky21659 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I see a uniform behavior here where the CS community is understandably upset, then the people who knew the piece as the original get overtly defensive and rant about every bit of behavior from the upset CS players and use it to derogate the "gamer" demo-graph, or just deduce it to "Counter-Strike players."  Firstly, I feel I should inform you that actually caring about the words an individual decides to use is something that will never do you any sort of favor in life, and the word "faggot" isn't used strictly by CS players.  In fact I can't really name an instance from the past month or so where I heard someone use it.

Onto my point of argument, I think you fail to realize the fact that countless people, who had no idea the item was copyrighted, lost hundreds of dollars in the game's micro-economy due to the items' removal.  Yes the artist lost money too, but at least the artist will get the lost profit returned.  Everyone else's investments are gone for good.
Zephyrkul Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
1) The words one uses to present an argument can wildly affect the argument (and its acceptance). For example, say I wanted to tell you to buy CS: GO (which is a good game, I'm a Silver 4 in it myself). I could say "You should buy this game. I think you would like it" or "Buy this game, ***hole." See the difference there? Hell, even if I said "You should buy this game. I think you would like it, ***hole," it paints a very different picture just from the inclusion of one word.

2) When did I say the word "faggot" is used strictly by CS players? I even state in my original comment that it's usually used by YouTubers and COD players. You may notice that COD players and CS players are almost mutually exclusive.

3) The M4A4 Howl and the Howling Dawn sticker have both been replaced in all accounts that have them by a Valve-made alternative (which is a competent alternative; some even like it more), which are limited in quantity (as compared to the theoretically infinite, though still rare, original), which jacked up their prices by 3x in the case of the gun and 5-12x in the case of the sticker. However, fact is that every one of Sic's items were removed from the Huntsman case and Community Sticker Capsule 1, but based on the fact that I still have an unchanged version of one of those items and on Steam's legal agreement to not take any items from the players under nearly all circumstances, all of those other items were kept in the game, with the exception that they, too, are now limited in quantity due to their removal from cases, capsules, and drops. This jacks up their prices by over 100% as well. So, no, no one "lost" any of their money. Even if they did lose money, though, it's not the artist's fault. The artist was stolen from, plain and simple, and so the artist reported it. While I doubt making CS: GO community items is a lucrative business, the contributor would likely make at least a few hundred dollars over the lifetime of the Huntsman case, money that would rightfully belong to Sic (who was unaware of the copyright and who modified the art into the texture) and CanisAlbus. Therefore, theft. If it's anyone's fault on any (very likely non-existant) loss from this, it's either Valve's fault (and yet they handled this crime the best they possibly could), or Auzzii's (the one who stole the art) fault. Since Auzzii is the original thief, blame him for all supposed loss of money. He is, after all, a thief.
LappisTheWolf Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Niimpä niin... alun perinkin katselin että tuttu oli piirrustus tyyli howlin kyljessä ;-; No harmillista että tätä tapahtuu :/
Grufil Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014
Tosi surullista, kun sinulle kävi noin (steam hässäkkä). Tosi hieno "Skini" oli, mutta jos se luvattomasti on menty anastamaan, se ei ole missään nimessä hyväksyttyä.
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