Thursday, January 5, 2017

Some help please

One of my readers wrote with a request. He wants to use a picture I had posted as an illustration in a book he's writing. Since I blog for fun and not profit, I don't pay attention to things like trademarks and copyrights. But he's needing to find out who, if anyone, own's the copyright to it.

Here's the picture:


If anyone knows who owns this or how to find out, please comment.
Thank you hugs in advance.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

try this: http://nachomolinablog.blogspot.com/2013/11/eowyn-tutorial.html

JeremyR said...

https://www.saintjoanofarc.org/

Anonymous said...

Commenter 1 has it.
It is "Eowyn vs the Witch King". Look at the background, that is a Nazgul there, nothing Joan of Arc would have ever fought. The artist is Nacho Molina.

Website:
www.nachomolinablog.blogspot.com
Unfortunately, in spanish.
The full image:
http://www.deviantart.com/art/EOWYN-vs-THE-WITCH-KING-341782587

Irish said...

A couple of people above found it as well:

http://nachomolina.deviantart.com/art/EOWYN-vs-THE-WITCH-KING-341782587

Cederq said...

Copyright or not, it is a cool picture, I hope he gets to use it. I have never seen it before.

Anonymous said...

The painting is titled "Eowyn vs The Witch King" by Nacho Molina.

DavidG said...

Nacho Molina is a freelance fantasy artist living in Valencia, Spain. Contact him be sending email to Lordnatxet@msn.com.

John Smith said...

If you ever need to find an image, save a copy to your system. Go to Google Image search and then drag and drop the image from your system directly on to the Google Image search. Google will do the best it can to find a match. Here is what it found (http://img1.reactor.cc/pics/post/full/Eowyn-%D0%A0%D0%BE%D1%85%D0%B8%D1%80%D1%80%D0%B8%D0%BC-%D0%90%D1%82%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B8-%D0%90%D1%80%D0%B4%D0%B0-1749537.jpeg)

If for whatever reason, Google doesn't find anything, then you can use https://tineye.com/. To find it.

taxman said...

just send me the money, we'll work it out later.

pigpen51 said...

What a coincidence. My wife and I hosted an exchange student from Valencia, Spain, for a year, back in 1998. My wife's brother visited the city when he was in the Navy way back when, and also said that it is a beautiful city. Amaya, the girls name, was a dark haired spanish girl, who taught me to cook Paella. Her father was a mid level auto manufacturing executive. This image brings back fond memories. Not of the girl, but of the connection with the city.

Angel eyes said...

It looks like Boris Vallejo illustration.

Anonymous said...

it is way cool, whoever did it and whoever uses it....


vaquero viejo

JeremyR said...

Yup, I was WRONG. I just did a fast google search, and that is what it came up with. #1comment wasn't up when I clicked. He was correct. What was amusing was that about half the links traced back to HERE, so it is not really popular on the web yet.