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WE ACCEPT:
A) Anything with a Twi'lek in it, preferably a main focus of the image/prose.
B) Deviations must follow the rules of deviantart's policies
--note: groping of any kind is no longer allowed. en.wiktionary.org/wiki/grope
--Plaigarism: I am lax about icons/avatars and backgrounds, but any others I don't (knowingly) allow. Have issues with this rule? see "MORE ON PLAGIARISM" below...

Sorting
1) It is OKAY to just submit to the "0Unsorted" folder. That's what it's there for! I'll happily sort it in my own time.
2) We categorize by canon individuals and by original characters (OCs). Original Characters are sorted into 3-Dimensional images and drawn/painted (digital or traditional).


MORE ON PLAGIARISM:

DeviantArt's policy on plagiarism can seem brutal, but an artist finding that someone else has taken their hard work, claimed it as their own, and for some reason has been getting more attention there then on the original is even more brutal! (Yes, I am talking from experience.)

No one likes to log onto their account and find that they've been censored. That's why I do not support artwork that uses someone else's art, uses copyrighted photographs, or even screenshots. I'm trying to save people that shock that I've had a few times (I too got my start in photoshop with photo-manipulations.) The first time DeviantArt went through my gallery was the hardest since they took out a good chunk of my gallery, but at least I got a better idea of what they expected.

THIS is why I'm a bit touchy about this sort of thing. I don't like to hurt anyone's feelings, so that's why I want to have it stated beforehand. (Yet, I have removed very few things from the gallery once submitted).


DA's policies:  help.deviantart.com/deviantart…
FAQ #60: Do you allow "Adult," explicit sexual or pornographic content on DeviantArt? How about linking off site?
FAQ #565: You prohibit the submission of 'pornographic imagery'; what do you consider this to be?
FAQ #251: You prohibit the submission of 'pornographic literature'; what do you consider this to be?
FAQ #157: Can I use things created by other people in my submissions?

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