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Fan Art & Celebrities Explained!This article is meant to explain the relationship between Fan Art, celebrities, and the characters they portray.Fan Art & Celebrities Explained! by cosmosue
First and foremost:
Portraits, pictures, photographs, drawings, paintings, etc. of a celebrity themselves (not in character) are not Fan Art.
Any artwork you create, or photograph you take which is of a celebrity themselves, be it portrait, full body, or somewhere in between should always be uploaded into the proper corresponding gallery (digital, traditional, photography etc.) in the people/portraits category.
All of the above examples are not Fan Art, and reside in their respective galleries.
Furthermore artworks depicting rock stars, sport stars, etc. are also not considered to be Fan Art and should be uploaded into their rightful galleries under the people or portraits category.
So what about artworks or photographs that portray the celebrity as a character he/she has acted as or performed
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