🎪 or simply creating art using traditional mediums, doing work in performance art, circus arts or theatre, using any of the above or others to create or document your work.
consider tagging your works with
🐧 #artWithOpenSource tag and check out the tag for works by your fellow mastodon artists who also prefer Open Sourced alternatives.
More on Hair, Eye Colors, Falling Rain, and Second-Hand Dresses 16
Apparently I wanted to talk about the process of world-building, in specific exploring the repercussions of changing hair color in my world to fit with the image I want instead of what I started with. It lets me move to a world that I want now without breaking the world I've already published. Oh, and Lily goes on a walk.
Hey you, the one wanting some free peaceful major key instrumental composition stuff...
My last single is that, and #CreativeCommons too. Plus the b-side is fundamentally the most positive piece of music ever written. Maybe.
There's also tons more less peaceful & more experimental music linked to on my Patreon blurb: https://www.patreon.com/osirissaline
Plus my new album is out in just over 2 weeks!
I am looking for a native American/English partner to translate my novels & texts in English.Ofc, we would share the income from English patronage.
I am fluent enough to check the work but not enough to do it myself.
My work is based upon Crusade history, murder mysteries & short stories mainly, under BY-SA licence.
Check the French content there : https://www.hexagora.fr/
Feel free to pass the info...
Good morning fediverse! There is discussion behind the scenes at social.coop over the question of content licensing/copyright for toots. Is it feasible? Should instances have a default license? If so, what should it be?
I'm interested in other instances' feedback - feel free to weigh in at Discourse https://discourse.joinmastodon.org/t/adding-a-default-content-license-for-toots/555 or on here!
From LGM2014. To travel light I didn't bring any big lighting gear with me, which means that I had to make what I wanted while I was there. This is the first shot after building a DIY ringflash from a bunch of kitchen parts from a cheap store (https://patdavid.net/2014/05/diy-ringflash.html).
Posted by Ramil Rodaje on #Diaspora*:
Why Use Creative Commons Licenses?
The book – subtitled “A guide to sharing your knowledge and creativity with the world, and sustaining your operation while you do” – explains the licenses to a new generation of users. It also offers two dozen case studies about the legal sharing of textbooks, music, data, art and other works, thanks to CC licenses.