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OUTLINE BRIEF The main theme for this project is to make a comic book based on mythology with modern twist to it. I will be working towards a story board from an existing mythology story. Even though my storyboard will be based on an existing mythological story, I will be making my own mythological character designs such as creatures, people and illustrations to go with it. My final outcome will be constructed using Quark Express, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photo- shop. I will be making two, double page spreads including, a front cover for my comic book. But if I do happen to complete the first two spread- sheets in time, I will continue to add extra spreadsheets in my comic book. I hope to present my project on a monitor in the centre of my show space along side with a comic book. I have also discussed my ideas and concept of my final major project with my tutors. Some of my earliest idea is to take scenery from exiting movies such as Clash of the Titan or Jason and the Argonauts and re illustrative it in comic book using my own character designs. TARGET AUDIENCE To the young generation mythology seems to appear as insignificant or not important, so the main aim and target of this project is get the younger generation interested in myth.The main target audience is 13 years and above. INFLUENCE/MOTIVATION I will be carrying on my research from the following below: Mythology (myth creatures and mythology from different country) Films (Clash of the Titan) History of Comic such as Golden age of comics and Silver age of comics. Comic Books (Method of colouring) Colourist Inkist Tatto Artist The underground comics of the 60’s such Marvel, DC and Dark House 1930’s character – Actions – Batman, Superman and Bob Kane. Ink and Iron (http://www.ink-n-iron.com/) Website www.keithompsonart.com www.simoncpage.com Imagine fx Gigart and Gigart Posters (http://www.gigart.com/) Gnomon workshop ACTION PLAN Weeking Ending: 26 FEBRUARY Between now the ending of this week, I carry on various research to gained inspirational ideas and concept behind comic book designing and the historical content of mythology. Through out the research, I will discuss on the layout and composition of comic books, character design, the mood been created, the use of brushwork and colours. Weeking Ending: 26 March After been influenced and motivated by the work of others, I will move on in sketching my ideas and concept basing on a existing mythology movie. I will start off by working the character and the background design. I will make sure to use a variety of art techniques such, lino prints, dry point printmaking, spray-painting and mono printing. I will experiment with traditional paintwork using acrylic paint, watercolours and inks. Weeking Ending: 28 May By beginning of this week, I will work main design using my sketch work as the base. Using softwares such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photo- shop, Adobe Acrobat and Quark Express, I will complete my comic book design. After my illustration and designs are completed, I will me visiting printing companies to get some quotes in the cost of printing and an advise on the best way to present my final major project in ex- hibition. An other alternative of presenting my work will be on a inter- active smart board which will be made using Adobe Acrobat. Proposal Kwaku Ankapong COMIC BOOK BASED ON MYTHOLOGY WITH A MODERN TWIST Final Year BTEC National Graphic Design

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OUTLINE BRIEF Website www.keithompsonart.com www.simoncpage.com Imagine fx Gigart and Gigart Posters (http://www.gigart.com/) Gnomon workshop I will be carrying on my research from the following below: Mythology (myth creatures and mythology from different country) Films (Clash of the Titan) History of Comic such as Golden age of comics and Silver age of comics. Comic Books (Method of colouring) Colourist Inkist Tatto Artist The underground comics of the 60’s such Marvel, DC and Dark House

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  • OUTLINE BRIEFThe main theme for this project is to make a comic book based on

    mythology with modern twist to it. I will be working towards a story

    board from an existing mythology story. Even though my storyboard

    will be based on an existing mythological story, I will be making my own

    mythological character designs such as creatures, people and

    illustrations to go with it. My final outcome will be constructed using

    Quark Express, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photo-

    shop. I will be making two, double page spreads including, a front cover

    for my comic book. But if I do happen to complete the first two spread-

    sheets in time, I will continue to add extra spreadsheets in my comic

    book.

    I hope to present my project on a monitor in the centre of my show

    space along side with a comic book. I have also discussed my ideas and

    concept of my final major project with my tutors.

    Some of my earliest idea is to take scenery from exiting movies such as

    Clash of the Titan or Jason and the Argonauts and re illustrative it in

    comic book using my own character designs.

    TARGET AUDIENCETo the young generation mythology seems to appear as insignificant or

    not important, so the main aim and target of this project is get the

    younger generation interested in myth. The main target audience is 13

    years and above.

    INFLUENCE/MOTIVATIONI will be carrying on my research from the following below:

    Mythology (myth creatures and mythology from different country)

    Films (Clash of the Titan)

    History of Comic such as Golden age of comics and Silver age of

    comics.

    Comic Books (Method of colouring)

    Colourist

    Inkist

    Tatto Artist

    The underground comics of the 60s such Marvel, DC and Dark

    House

    1930s character Actions Batman, Superman and Bob Kane.

    Ink and Iron (http://www.ink-n-iron.com/)

    Website

    www.keithompsonart.com

    www.simoncpage.com

    Imagine fx

    Gigart and Gigart Posters (http://www.gigart.com/)

    Gnomon workshop

    ACTION PLANWeeking Ending: 26 FEBRUARY

    Between now the ending of this week, I carry on various research to

    gained inspirational ideas and concept behind comic book designing and

    the historical content of mythology. Through out the research, I will

    discuss on the layout and composition of comic books, character design,

    the mood been created, the use of brushwork and colours.

    Weeking Ending: 26 March

    After been influenced and motivated by the work of others, I will move

    on in sketching my ideas and concept basing on a existing mythology

    movie. I will start off by working the character and the background

    design. I will make sure to use a variety of art techniques such, lino

    prints, dry point printmaking, spray-painting and mono printing. I will

    experiment with traditional paintwork using acrylic paint, watercolours

    and inks.

    Weeking Ending: 28 May

    By beginning of this week, I will work main design using my sketch work

    as the base. Using softwares such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photo-

    shop, Adobe Acrobat and Quark Express, I will complete my comic

    book design. After my illustration and designs are completed, I will me

    visiting printing companies to get some quotes in the cost of printing

    and an advise on the best way to present my final major project in ex-

    hibition. An other alternative of presenting my work will be on a inter-

    active smart board which will be made using Adobe Acrobat.

    P r o p o s a l K w a k u A n k a p o n g

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

    F i n a l Ye a r B T E C N a t i o n a l G r a p h i c D e s i g n

  • T H E P A I N T I N G S O F J O S H K I R B Y

    I n T h e G a r d e n O f U n e a r t h l y D e l i g h t s

    K w a k u A n k a p o n g

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

    F i n a l Ye a r B T E C N a t i o n a l G r a p h i c D e s i g n

  • L i n e l Yu

    LINELYULinel Yu has produced a variety of creative and imaginative illustrations

    and digital artworks. His style of artwork is totally different compared

    to other previous artists. Linel Yu designs, I supposed most aspects of

    his illustration have been created traditionally or hand made. I was

    inspired with most his background, which I would like to experiments

    with ink, acrylic paints, graphic pens, crayons, pencil colours, water-

    colours and others in creating my comic book. Through out, I noticed

    Linel uses warm colours and earthly colours. In creating my comic book,

    I would created a style of my own and record it, using the action plan

    in Photoshop. With my designed recorded, I will repeat the style on

    other sketch images or photographs. I was inspired and motivated by

    Linel Yus designs to use such an ideal.

    .

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

    F i n a l Ye a r B T E C N a t i o n a l G r a p h i c D e s i g n

    K w a k u A n k a p o n g

  • C a r l o s E z q u e r r a

    CARLOS EZQUERRACarlos Ezquerra is the creator of the violent Judge Dreddcomic. He

    was in Spain but lived in England in most of his life. In 1977, he began

    working in British comics. Judge Dredd, was written by John Wagner

    and Pat Mills but made its first appearance in 2000 AD magazine. Besides

    Judge Dredd, Carlos designed the graphics for Bloody Mary, Strontium

    Dog, and Als Baby.

    I decided to intensively research on this particular artist because I

    admired his style and hope, his work may have influence through out

    my comic book. I also admire his attention to detail in every aspect

    through out every process i.e. from pencilling, inking and colouring.

    Coming across Judge Dredd comics motivated me, to study most of

    his work.

    I presume all his digital artwork have been completed and finalized on

    Photoshop. I noticed that most of Carloss characters have vibrant and

    dominant colours. Also he represents creases on his characters by inner

    glow, tinted or blur. I like the page layout style he uses in creating his

    comic pages. I also took notice that most of his colouring texture has

    spray-painting effect on the character custom. I was also inspired with

    his background style, which I presume, he uses different brush stokes

    and scattered brush effects to form. I also presumed some aspects of

    his designs; he uses photographs, which were manipulated in Adobe

    Photographs. By looking at and focusing at his artwork, I suppose Carlos

    experiment with image adjustment filters and artistic effects. Since the

    colours of his characters are bright and vibrant, most his background

    have warm and calm colours which makes the characters stand out,

    which is an aspect which I would like pay attention to in creating my

    comic book. I would like use 3 dimensional effects, especially on the

    background effect. I would also make sure to pay major attention on

    tonal colours or skin tones. Some of his design appears or seems like

    it was constructed in Adobe Illustrator. I assume, he uses the flare tool

    to complete sections of his digital artwork.

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

    F i n a l Ye a r B T E C N a t i o n a l G r a p h i c D e s i g n

    K w a k u A n k a p o n g

  • D a v e M c K e a n

    DAVE MCKEANMcKean is best known for creating graphic novels, which includes his

    bestselling Arkham Asylum. He also creates hundreds of graphics for

    CDs, comic covers and books. Besides his own projects, he collabo-

    rates with other artist such Neil Gaiman in designing the comic book

    cover of Sandman.

    Most of Dave McKean written books deal with superstition and

    mythology. Also his illustrations are based mix media (photography, art-

    work and digital illustration) approach. I was mostly inspired with his

    photography of materials and image manipulations of textures. He also

    uses seems to like overlapping layers and different concept together

    which I presume, attract viewers. In creating my comic book, I will ex-

    periment with overlapping manipulated images to create a creative and

    effective, sceneries and backgrounds. I will also experiment with image

    adjustment, to create similar outcomes like Dave Mckeans illustration.

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

    F i n a l Ye a r B T E C N a t i o n a l G r a p h i c D e s i g n

    K w a k u A n k a p o n g

    Comic Book Covers

    Graphic Novels

  • C l a s h O f T h e T i t i a n s K w a k u A n k a p o n g

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

    F i n a l Ye a r B T E C N a t i o n a l G r a p h i c D e s i g n

  • J a c k K i r b y K w a k u A n k a p o n g

    JACK KIRBY. Jack Kirby is one the most influential and significant illustrator and

    comic book creator. The following are Captain America, the X-Men, The

    Incredible hulk, the Fantastic Four, The Silver Surfer, The Mighty Thor

    and hundreds of other characters.

    I also researched on Jack Kirbys comic character collections and comic

    book covers, to get inspirational ideas for my comic book. I noticed in

    most of his comic book covers has a mix media twist to it. I do like

    how he incorporates his paintings, photography and sketch work to-

    gether to create his comic book covers. I observed particular on his

    background artwork, which I found very inspiring. I presume, Jack Kirby

    created his background using a variety design techniques such using tra-

    ditional artwork, image manipulations and digital artwork. He mixes

    colours from swatches library and uses gradient tool, and mesh tool in

    creating his background. I do also admire, how he combines tonal

    colours in his character design. Through out all Kirbys work, I notice

    he combines all his work using Adobe Illustrator, Indesign and Adobe

    Photoshop.

    I was also inspire with his inking of characters and illustrations.

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

    F i n a l Ye a r B T E C N a t i o n a l G r a p h i c D e s i g n

  • R e s e a r c h ( W h a t i s M y t h )

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

    F i n a l Ye a r B T E C N a t i o n a l G r a p h i c D e s i g n

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    WHAT IS MYTHOLOGYMythos (myth) from the Greek work means story, therefore mythol-

    ogy is the study of myth. Myth also refers to the story tales, which talk

    about the origination of the universe and humanity. Mythology is also

    seen as a distinctive characters of particular

    cultures, whiles some consider myth as ancient and dead and other

    regards it as contemporary and alive. Science and myth both provide

    the explanation of the universe. Whiles science can provide a test on

    the creation of the universe; mythology cannot provide an evidence of

    it. Science depends on the frequent update of general knowledge whiles

    as mythology is based mainly on belief.

    The following are the general concepts involving the definition of

    mythology;

    Mythologies are sometimes narrated as a scared nature, which may

    include superstition, cultures, rituals and religious belief.

    Myths are in connection with the foundation, the origin and the creation

    of the universe.

    It also often heroic characters such as super humans and gods

    They are representative ways of understanding nature. Mythology does

    represent the contrast between lightness and darkness.

    Mythology CreaturesAfrican MythIn Africa most people believe the earth as a female goddess, which looks

    after of people and all things. They believe e the earth lives and produce

    births to new generation. She (The female goddess) provides rain for

    plants to grow, which serves food for humans. Many parts of African

    peoples believe their ancestor; still live their houses similar to them on

    a different surface, where they also won their own properties such as

    cattle, farms and absorb their food from the grassroots beneath the

    earth. They believe the earth controls and rule over life and death.

    When the earth (female goddess) is upset, she takes actions by moving

    the forest, sea and mountains to cause disaster (punishment).

    Jok(The concept of the divine)Jok means the concept of divine, (spirit or gods) which is used by all

    Nilotic Languages. They Nilotic language include Kenya, Uganda and

    Sudan. The word Jok is spelt different by different countries (Juok,

    Joagh, Joghi, Joogi and Jwok).

    ElephantIn Africa most mythology stories told are based on big animal such

    elephants. With size of the elephant, which makes it appear very strong

    in nature and also appear fearful to other animals. In most Africa

    mythology stories, the elephant is described as kind and unselfish. The

    Ashantis from Ghana relates an elephant as the chief of the community.

    And if they happen to come across a dead elephant in the forest, an

    arranged funeral is provide to it bury it.

  • K w a k u A n k a p o n gA d a m H u g h e s

    ADAM HUGHESHughes is well known for his stylized makings of women such as super

    heroines and figures in fantasy illustrations. Most of his work is best de-

    scribes as the new generation of the Good Girl Art. He was inspired and

    motivated by Petty, Vargas and Elvgren.

    FIGURE 1

    To create similar design, I will begin off by sketching out my ideas and

    concept for the background, which will serve as the base of design. The

    sketch work will be scanned in Adobe Illustrator. I will use the pen tool

    and brush tool to trace around the scanned in sketch work. With the

    outlines and structure of the background drew, I will apply colour to it

    by using colours from swatch library. Using colours from swatch library,

    I will use gradient tint (which allows me to mix three or more colours

    together). With other areas, I will use the mesh tool to add fine and

    smooth surface. I will download or take photographs of buildings and

    models. Similar to the background, I will sketch the outline of the central

    image of design and ink the black areas. But this time, I will be using

    Photoshop to finalize the central image. Using filters and effects such

    as, halftone patterns, colour pencil, cutout, colour pencil and other ef-

    fects.

    FIGURE 2

    I was inspired particular out this artwork, because of the perfection and

    smooth colouring. I like colour combination of this design, even though

    there was only two or three colours used. The colour coordination is

    settle and standouts. I will presume Adam Hughes used softwares such

    as Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop in creating his designs and artwork.

    FIGURE 3

    I decided to this particular illustration to discuss about because of the,

    composition of the design. I do find the background artwork very in-

    spiring and vibrant which makes the central image of illustration stand

    out.

    I presume traditional acrylic painting or a digital artistic effect (cutout

    effect) was made to the background. To add colour to the central image

    of this design, I will experiment with tonal colours from the swatches

    library and smooth brushes from the brush palette. I will also experi-

    ment using the mesh tool and gradient tint to add finishing touches to

    the design. And I will finally, add shadows to some essential aspect of

    the illustration.

    FIGURE 4

    I was particular inspire and admire the background for this illustration.

    Even though it appears very simple, its effective and makes the colours

    of central image stand out. To create similar style of background, I will

    start off by opening new document in Adobe Illustrator and open es-

    sential tool palette (gradient tool, brush palette and bright colours from

    the swatch library).

    Most ofAdams illustration has vibrant colours, smooth colours and has

    detailed aspects to it. I was inspired with his backgrounds style and skin

    tonal effects applied on the characters. I presume, he uses inner glow

    effects and variety of artistic effect to make his illustrations, appear very

    realistic and stand out. His illustrations have smooth outline, curve out-

    lines and effective inking is style, which I would like to adopt through

    out my comic book.

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

    F i n a l Ye a r B T E C N a t i o n a l G r a p h i c D e s i g n

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  • H i s t o r y O f C o m i c s

    A comic is a narrative story presented in sequential images (graphics). Most comic books combines with images and words in

    speech balloons. Comics originally began in United States in the early

    20th century. Although the idea and concept of designing a comic began

    in 1920s, but it officially became well known and seriously studied in

    the 20th and early 21 century. Around the 20th century, it was designed

    mostly in newspaper comic strip. Comic strips began more popular and

    were soon combined together, to create a comic books. It spread

    around the globe, from Japan (the world most largest comic culture)

    to Korea and Europe.

    Rodolphe TopfferRodolphes work was regarded as inspiring and motivational in designing

    page layouts for comics.

    Rodolphe Topffer is a francophone Swiss artist who designed sequential

    illustration stories in 19th century. Even though around the late 19th

    speech balloons were not established, Rodolphe works was influenced

    by most and was reprinted all over Europe and United States.

    Little Sammy Sneeze(190406) by Winsor McCay

    Winsor McCay was an American cartoonist and animator, who became

    best known for creating the newspaper comic strip Little Nemo in

    Slumberland. He was inspired and motivated by generational artist in-

    cluding Chris Ware, William Joyce, Moebius and Bill Watterson.

    A massive market for comic books was soon followed close after comic

    strips in 1938. Around this time, action comics were launched with su-

    perman as cover feature. This comic genre became popular in American

    comic and also became the main style for most America comics.

    After The World War 2 Osamu Tezuka established manga comic (it was

    the countrys about the tradition of Japan). It became hugely popular

    across the globe. Osamu Tezuka expanded the page count into hun-

    dreds. During 20th century comics became one the most popular item

    collections.

    Bill Conselman and Charles PlumbBill Conselman and Charles Plumbs (Sunday Comics)

    This comic strip shows space writers and artists (Bill Conselman, Ella

    Cinders and Chris crusty) were provided in newspaper to produce

    comic strips during 1930s and 1940s.

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

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    Little Sammy Sneeze (190406) by Winsor McCay

    Rodolphe Topffer

    Bill Conselman and Charles Plumb

  • H e r b Tr i m p e

    HERB TRIMPEHerb is Marvel artist who is best recognized for his designing for The

    Incredible Hulk. After a year in Vietnam and few years as a student at

    Visual Arts in Manhattan, he joined Marvel in 1967. He also worked for

    comic books such G.I Joe and A Real American Hero. Herb Trimpe has

    occasionally returned to pencilling.

    Most of his comic pages are effective which will have influence through

    out my Final Major project. I mostly inspired with the page layout, inking

    of scenery and comic speech text. The brushstrokes and the use of pen

    tool provide a fine outline and detailed aspects to each scene. The ty-

    pography used will have major influence in creating my comic pages. I

    will make sure to experiment with different font styles and use typog-

    raphy terminology to make my page legible and readable. Through this,

    I also noticed that inking your comic is the main aspect of comic book

    because it makes it easier, when colouring pages later on.

    In creating my comic, I will make sure not too sue too much colours

    but rather experiment with colour contrast and brightness. Simplistic

    background mostly, makes characters and central images of illustration

    stand out against and also show off the image.

    C O M I C B O O K B A S E D O N M Y T H O L O G YW I T H A M O D E R N T W I S T

    F i n a l Ye a r B T E C N a t i o n a l G r a p h i c D e s i g n

    K w a k u A n k a p o n g

    Unit 6 FMP with Marking Sheet.pdfMarking & Grading SheetPass EvidenceMerit EvidenceDistinction EvidenceFEEDBACK

    Unit 6: Application, Exploration and Realisation in Art and Design Criteria for Pass gradesPage 2

    Grade GridPage 2

    P1 Artist Research(Avatar) Jack Kirby (Artist Research)Inspiring page from a university prospectusMarvel comicsAdam HughesCarlos EzquerraAliens & PredatorsDave McKeanLinel YuHerb TrimpeJohn SeinResearch of Existing CharactersResearch of Existing Characters 2Research of Existing Characters 3Empire Magazine( The new Clash Of The Titians)Clash Of The TitiansDragonbal BrolyCreative page from Leafletthe paintings of Josh KirbyNeil Gaiman ( Scanned Pages from the original comic book)

    P2 - FMP ideas and concpet (topics) Mind Map of Final Major ProjectThe storyline of my comic book . ProposalHistory of comicsWhat is mythologyWest AfricaTribal Signs and SymbolsTribal Signs and Symbols ( Spray Pint)Tribal Signs and Symbol ( Spray Paint)2

    Timetable during the easter break using iCalP3 - character posesFacial Expressionscharactersscanning the magazineTribal peopleTribal People 2

    Sketchwork- first female charactercharacter 3first complete characterColoured in Characterunsuccessfull characterfacesfaces 2secondmy first scene/section (Page 1)First trial in photoshopscreenshoot showing scannning progressPhotographs Of Human Figures

    Photographs of Animals ( Zoo)Photographs of Animals 2a rough sketch of my charactersCharcoal sketch of my characterPage showing my scanned in sketchworksscribbling with brushesTraditional inking of charactersThe male characterBoth my male and female charctersthe female charcater and her posesScreen print of how I inked my charactersScreen print of how I inked my characters 2Screenshoot showing layers and swatches palette

    my tea charactersketch of the creature and the horse Flying charactersketch of centauroThe begining sceneFirst Flat coloured ( Scene 1)Lost scene(sketch)sketch of Takara charactersketch of Takara character (standing]TutorialsRough myth creatures sketch by a Staff memberRough myth creatures sketch by a Staff member part 2

    Rassus ParzuDukuNessusBurnt through paper experimentBurnt through paper 2paper scanned for texture

    carpet textureSpeech bubblesCreating a Comic Layout using Comic Life (Software)SImple Comic Page Layout

    Digital Inking Of CharactersDigital Inking Of Characters 2Digital Inking Of Characters 3Digital Inking Of Characters 4Skintone experiment ( Native Indian)

    rough quick background using the brush in photoshopTinted backgrounded (Artist Research)P4 - Digital Colouring of Auro and ZaraAuro in different PosesDigital Colouring of Centauro and TauroDigital Colouring of KodoDigital Colouring of MudokDigital Colouring of Bura (the warrior)mythical creaturesDigital Colouring of Takarascreenshoot showing file management ( layers and swatches)

    Screenshott showing how I saved imported by pageP5- front cover experimentsuncompleted sceneFront cover design1front cover design( font experiment)africa fontFront cover design 2First scene Page 2Working on the tile of storyline "The Gift Of A Cow Tail Switch"Comic Book (front cover)First scene Page 1First scene Page 2First scene Page 3Second scene Page 1Second scene Page 2Second scene Page 3Second scene Page 4Third scene Page 1Third scene Page 2Third scene Page 3

    Coypright Issues research Copyright proecting my artwork

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