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About Digital Art / Hobbyist Premium Member Hazard-the-Porgoyle23/Male/United States Groups :iconsupersonic-fan-zone: SuperSonic-Fan-Zone
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I've switched gears as far as art projects are concerned, and this current one's going to take a while to develop, so you might not hear from me for a while beyond responding to comments. I hope to have something good for you all in due time.


Here are my general rules for the work found in my gallery:

My Art Isn't Your Stock Stamp by Smitkins Stealing is....stamp by foo-dog Youtube by Nana-Beats
Art Theft: Zero Tolerance by EternalWolfDragon Stamp - License To Steal by stop-tracing DA is not another Photobucket by rock--star

I only post my work on deviantART.
If you find my work on any other site, and its URL does not link back to deviantART in some way, you have encountered a thief. (Exceptions are found in the next paragraph.) Contact me should you run across a case like this. I take art theft very seriously, and I will always defend my right to post in a secure, art community environment.

- The staff members of The Sonic Stadium and The Sonic Zone can/have presented my work.
- The correct use of my work would involve the posting of the deviation's URL code, the one that looks somewhat like this: and perhaps adding img tags around it in order to make it appear as an image. Uploading the piece to an image hosting site like ImageShack or Photobucket is considered theft.
- There are also certain requests that I consider free for the requester to use.

Members of YouTube in particular - I am getting sick and tired of filing copyright reports. You do not have permission to use my work, and you are infringing on my rights by putting my work into your montages. I will defend these rights, as you will quickly find out if I catch you using my work. I also don't want to read a single excuse to the effect of "but I gave you credit so it's okay." Copyrights do not work that way, as you will read below.

Notes from deviantART's… (Copyright Policy):

* In most cases it does not matter how much of the material you have used. Whether it's a single frame, a few moments of audio, a short clip of video or any other sampling it's still considered to be copyrighted and you still require the owner's permission for use.
* It doesn't matter how you obtained the material, it's still considered copyrighted and you still need permission.
* It doesn't matter whether or not you've credited the proper owner, it's still considered copyrighted and you still need permission.
* It doesn't matter if you are not selling it or making a profit, it's still considered copyrighted and you still need permission.
* It doesn't matter if you can find other people using things without permission, it's still considered copyrighted and you still need permission.
* It doesn't matter if you've edited it a little bit or made a few alterations, if it's recognizable it's still considered copyrighted and you still need permission.

(n.d.). deviantART: Copyright Policy. Retrieved August 16, 2010, from deviantART, Inc.:…

My identity has also been stolen in the past, and my reputation could have been damaged if not for the quick intervention of dA and Newgrounds staff. I only speak through these accounts outside of dA:
Newgrounds - HazzMobi
GameSpot/GameFAQs - Hazard_Porgoyle
Although I attempted to reason with YouTube thieves in the past, I now find it much easier to report the infringing videos to the staff on the spot.
Anyone else claims to be "Hazard-the-Porgoyle of deviantART," they are lying. I will confirm my involvement on other sites if asked.

2. The effort you put into your comments is proportionate to the effort I give when responding to them. "Nice" "Cool" and "Awesome work" comments will not be responded to. Don't dishonor the hours of work I put into my pieces by leaving a meaningless comment. Just save yourself the keystrokes and don't bother if that's your only intention.

3. Request/Trade status
There does not seem to be a particular pattern pertaining to why/when I accept requests/trades, so you can make suggestions, but don't be disappointed if they get denied. My willingness to accept almost boils down to a, "I was already going to do that," or, "Wow, that would be very interesting," feeling.


Real life sister's page: :iconguardianmobius:

You may read about the programs and techniques I use here:
How It's Made - Hazard Edition by Hazard-the-Porgoyle
And you may compare some of my older versions of pieces against their revisions here:
Before and After - Hazard Edition by Hazard-the-Porgoyle



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United States


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HeartinaThePony Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Do you take requests?
Cheshipoochi Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014
I sincerely love your artwork good sir, I actually had a similar idea, drawing scenes and bosses from some of my favorite games, Sonic included. I may just try that for some other scenes in different series, either way your artwork is truly amazing and you're very talented! xD
As far as boss pics go I'm looking forward to the Kyodai Eggman Robo, one of my favorite fights in the Sonic series c:
Keep up the great work!
Hazard-the-Porgoyle Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I thank you greatly for these honoring and encouraging words.
I find this to be a great genre of work to produce, as recreating details that already exist really helps to push you into drawing things you just wouldn't attempt otherwise. It's a great learning experience, and if you do take it up, I hope you have the utmost success with it.

Thank you for commenting and favoriting.
JaredRenoir Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014
Hey, I found some of your fanarts ("Brute of the Celestial Station" and "Dystopia - The Flooded Ruins") and on Know Your Meme, I think it's your job to claim these fanart back:……

Also sorry for bad English, thanks you.
Hazard-the-Porgoyle Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for your notification. I had seen them on that website before, but in this case I do not believe I will be taking action. I see that they chose to post those images because of the specific pose I put Sonic in, (although it was only really intentional on the E.G.G. Station piece) and that pose is tied with a specific meme, so its documentation is justified. I am indeed annoyed that permission was not asked for beforehand, but Know Your Meme gives me too much enjoyment on a day to day basis for me to be mad at it. In addition, I have no account there through which I could file a complaint.

Alas, I thank you greatly for your diligence and care. Be well.
Growlie26 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your Sonic picture, {An Ordinary Battle On Familiar Hills} Is really awesome!
Hazard-the-Porgoyle Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm glad you like it. Your phrasing begs a question - have you seen the animation associated with it, or just the front image?
Growlie26 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I saw It on Youtube, If that answer the question.
RobotnikHolmes Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Hai, Hazard. :XD: If ever you get bored, be sure to check out my amateur stop-motion short film. :)…
Lightinghost Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014
thank you so much for the lama back :)
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