Actually, my most-stolen work did have a copyright notice right on it. I expect it took said art theives a good five or six minutes to brush over it. I often don't even bother now b/c it just mars a nice piece of artwork.
That's what I mean when I say "brushed out" it was watermarked right into the pic. Unless you're willing to use a watermark/low resolution that's so severe it ruins any enjoyment of the work at all, there isn't much stopping a thief with remedial skill and the Clone Stamp/ Healing Brush features from Photoshop.
What a contrast with the original where all the figures are very rigid and don't flow organically. Of course, that's totally what you were shooting for! Great job! One of the best DW art concepts I've seen
Exactly- ya can't give much "flow" to a Dalek (unless maybe if you're Lee Sullivan- somehow that guy can draw Daleks w/ more personality than any other artist). I thought about giving Davros a little more flexibility a la Molloy or Bleach's versions so that I could better emulate God's pose from the original, but ultimately I decided it'd be funnier if it stayed true to the completely stiff and paralyzed Wisher version.