Sketch Fury is a community of fans, artists and creators. Because expression is an integral part to an active artistic community we minimize the amount of restrictions in order to foster creative development. However, all members are expected to know and adhere to the rules of etiquette. The rules will be administered and enforced in an unbiased and fair manner.
Quality and Placement
Sketch Fury welcomes all skill levels, from amateur to professional. It goes back to our mission and we, therefore, accept all submissions that do not violate our guidelines.
Commentary that is bigoted, racist, exploitive, disrespectful, and antagonistic in nature is not permitted. Each comment will be under moderation. Because artistic growth requires feedback, we encourage positive and constructive comments and critiques. These critiques should be based in respect for your fellow artist and should promote positivity and encourage development rather than sabotage, discourage your fellow artist. Respect is mandatory and expected.
Respect extends not only to the Sketch Fury community, but to the greater art world that we belong to. Since we are a fan site, we draw inspiration from established creations and produce derivative art from them. We are also inspired by our fellow artists. The work that you submit should be your own original art. Inclusion of another artist’s art without permission from the original creator is not allowed. Be respectful and mindful of this by giving proper accreditation when possible. We all want to be recognized for our work and certainly would not want our creations stolen.
Since the Sketch Fury community is composed of a diverse age group, all submissions and comments should be appropriate to the youngest creator or fan. We prohibit any submission that is pornographic, obscene, offensive, or distasteful. Submissions whose subject matter that contain nudity or graphic violence are not permitted.
The use of photographic images, derivative or otherwise, in your art must be your own photography or be used with permission from the original photographer or creator. Additionally, photographic images with people must have a signed model release form. Be respectful and mindful of this by giving proper accreditation when possible. We all want to be recognized for our work and certainly would not want our creations stolen.
Changes in Etiquette Policy
We reserve the ability to change or expand the etiquette policy with little or no notification in order to address any issues that arise.