YAVANNIE'S TUMBLR

plasmatics-life:

{ Dunnet Head } x Roger Sharp

samurai-lost:

小谷津雅美  「藤悠遊」

type-lover:

Out of the Blue
by Xavier Casalta

youthxcrew69:

THIS IS A CAT PLAYING IN FALL LEAVES THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT

(Source: kittycatdaily)

awelltraveledwoman:

karidevereaux:

…an ode to 1970s skater girls. 

this is amazing

blastedheath:

Paul Baum (German, 1859-1932), Landschaft mit figürlicher Staffage [Landscape with figure], 1889 (?). Oil on canvas, 98.5 x 55.5 cm.

philnoto:

Spider-Gwen - some fan art of the amazing character from Jason Latour, Robbi Rodriguez and Rico Renzi. Done on my Cintiq Companion on a very rare day of R&R , lakeside, listening to Deathfix.

dictionarywrites:

It’s not someone trying to post your work as their own, it’s a bot service to fans of Tasertricks who want easy updates on whenever there’s new TT fics up. It automatically posts a link to any new work. Your username is credited and it links to your work. You can always block the user if you don’t want to see the posts.

However, it’s worth noting that you’ll never be able to control who links to your works, be it in feeds, rec lists or other tumblr users manually posting a link of your work. Most of the time, it’s done out of love for your work. If you don’t want your works to be available to the public, you can change the setting on AO3.

Hope this helps!

That’s not the point, and you well know it. If someone posts something on Tumblr, they would rather it be reblogged as opposed to reposted - precisely the point I’m making. 

You wouldn’t go through pixiv, pick out some random artist’s work and repost it to Tumblr, would you? No. A rec isn’t the same as reposting the fic just for the kicks - I maintain a Tumblr blog with my works on it because I want it to look decent on Tumblr. When you elect to repost as opposed to reblog, you can understand why people might be a bit pissed.

The entitled attitude really does help - it’s evident this isn’t a part of the Marvel fandom I should write for again. 

Woah. No, I honestly do not think that is the point of those feeds. I genuinely do think it’s there to make life easier for fans. Most fic writers (as far as I know) don’t use tumblr to promote their fic. The TT feed blog has no discernible author (no one linking to their main blog), and I don’t see what ‘kick’ anyone would get out of getting notes. If anyone gets anything out of it, it’s you, through readers who follow that blog rather than track a tag, for instance (ie anyone primarily on mobile or a pad).

I’m not being entitled - I was trying to be helpful, because I couldn’t understand where you were coming from. I write my fair share of fic, and I don’t mind the links being shared, but each to their own I guess :/

dictionarywrites:

It’s not made clear on the blog and they don’t have an askbox, so I just want to ask whoever runs ao3feed-tasertricks to stop reposting my fic and delete those they’ve already reposted.

I post to Tumblr of my own accord, and Ao3 feeds do my bloody head in. 

It’s not someone trying to post your work as their own, it’s a bot service to fans of Tasertricks who want easy updates on whenever there’s new TT fics up. It automatically posts a link to any new work. Your username is credited and it links to your work. You can always block the user if you don’t want to see the posts.

However, it’s worth noting that you’ll never be able to control who links to your works, be it in feeds, rec lists or other tumblr users manually posting a link of your work. Most of the time, it’s done out of love for your work. If you don’t want your works to be available to the public, you can change the setting on AO3.

Hope this helps!

imagecomics:

Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie’s THE WICKED + THE DIVINE will feature variant cover by Becky Cloonan