+Chickilim Posted January 3, 2018 Share Posted January 3, 2018 (edited) On December, 14 I posted a waymark in the category "Figurative Public Sculpture" which was the same that I posted on November, 19 and was approved in the category "Artistic Welcom Signs". But it was denied by the leader of the category in these terms:"Great find, but this would be Silhouette." (Yes, I know that it is not a traditional Silhouette, goal Figurative defines the sculpture to be subtractive, the artist removes media (Ie, clay) is additive with the artist welding the tubes to make the sculpture I did not make the rules - I inherited the Figurative category."So I posted the waymark in the category "Silhouette Public Art Sculptures" in which it was approved.Today the same waymark posted by a friend waymarker who just copied my own photos and my description was accepted by another officer of the category "Figurative Public Sculpture" in which mine had been refused.My question is simple: How can I recover the paternity of this waymark created in this category with my own photos and my description? Edited January 3, 2018 by Chickilim Quote Link to comment
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