I'm sorry! I didn't notice there's a picture like that.....it was my first time in deviantart before...I saw that picture on my brother's shirt. It was interesting! So I copyed it....I'm sorry again if it's plagiarism! I deleted it!
Having said that, then I would ask if this is an in-fandom pose? Such as a promotional art pose for the fandom that one would expect to find several people drawing? That's something those of you in this fandom would be better equipped to answer.
That's actually why I asked if this was common to the fandom as a pose. See, there are a lot of drawings of the image in this post all over the site. It's an official pose from Disney/Pixar - it's in the film. But there are a lot of drawings on the site which render this same image in pencil.
The danger in that is if Disney asks the site to remove them with a formal DMCA takedown, must comply. If you draw the characters using a unique pose, though, the copyright owner of Oggy and the Cockroahes (whoever that is) is more likely to consider it fanart than copying.
I'm not at all familiar with this fandom, so I can't tell you if this is a common pose, but since you drew it from a T-shirt, I'm more likely to think that it is.
Thank you kindly, RogueMudblood. I should note that I'm fairly certain this drawing was also stolen for use on clothing because the art style is different from the norm. Also, in this case (comments.deviantart.com/1/2807…), there's no way that pose could happen in canon (except perhaps by hypnotism).
What I recommend, since you're familiar with the fandom and would know the art style, is sending a note to hakurinn0215 so they're aware of your concern that someone may be profiting commercially from their work. If it's the copyright owner of the show, then there isn't much they can do (see Anderson v. Stallone for precedent) unless they can provide a statement from the company authorizing fan art.
By benefit of the premium membership that I won in a contest.
Otherwise, what you can do to link it (so the artist gets a note of the mention) is to copy the title of the piece as it appears right above their name (ex: Power of the Pure Heart - Prologue which should have let you know that your work was mentioned by me in a comment). Doing it that way automatically links the piece as well, so others can have a look-see.
Yup! Asking is the best policy when there's uncertainty.
(I would like to point out that this is a dangerous tenet to hold to. I encourage you to evaluate the statements and situation for yourself. History has taught us that it is very dangerous to assume that because someone "sounds" smart, they must be right.)
Well, I do appreciate the compliment. I always try to provide explanations in situations like this. Comparisons of fanart pieces can be more difficult to determine, because they often mimic official poses. At least, a lot of it that I've seen on dA. That's one of the reasons I like to encourage free thought.