Thanks for all the support regarding my future plans, I love that I have such lovely and supportive followers :) It makes me feel like this panda playing with a pumpkin.
A former student of mine posted a print screen of a game-page that had an advertisement for a make-your-own-gif site where they used my braid gif as their ad photo (former students are always good at informing me about these things). This gif has somehow spread all over internet and I've sort of lost control of it. I sent the gif-site a rather irritated email saying that this gif was NOT made on their site and that they did not have the rights to use it as their ad and that they should take it down immediately.
And they responded with Oh how can we even know this is your gif? It's all over internet. And it's made by a user from our page.
Gosh. Site builders.... so uncreative! If you have a site that helps people build GIFs, then I should hope that you know how to make a GIF and be able to make a nice one to use in your ad.
When did photos spread on the internet become the property of everyone? Reblogging is one thing. Using in an ad, that's so low.
I simply said that I have the raw-folders and that it was most certainly not made by one of their users.
So dear readers, watch out for those page builders out there that don't give smack about copyright! But it's great that people inform each other when they see material spread on the wrong place.