Website Art, Graphics & Other Sources, Plus Posting & Linking Policies

Website Art, Graphics & Other Sources, Plus Posting & Linking Policies

This fansite is all about discussing the beautiful things that fellow “How to Train Your Dragon” fans have come up with, and shared with like-minded people to see and enjoy.

Every artwork, story or fan submission will have a source link or attribution beneath it, or the sources will be listed at the bottom of the page or on this page.

Here are the sources of art and graphics used throughout the fansite, but not immediately credited (due to design or practicality considerations):

Art and story posting policies

Only art with a similar or lower “maturity” rating and themes of the official books, movies and TV series will be posted, which can already get pretty violent and mature at times.

Artists and authors requesting changes, updates or removal of old works shown on this website can do so at any time – this can take a few days to get done, but usually happens quickly. (Use the contact page to get in touch.)

Only my favourite How to Train Your Dragon art and stories get discussed on the blog. I can’t please everyone or be a “perfect” judge of what is “best”, so I’ll just keep it lazy simple and only post what I personally like the most.
All fans, artists and authors are welcome to post their HTTYD goodies on the We Have Dragons forumCreative Wall” for other forum members to see! (Sign up on the forum, to see all categories.)

Don’t be discouraged if I don’t post your creative HTTYD goodies on the blog – I’m just one person with his own opinions, and it’s not a judgement of your abilities.
Whatever you do, don’t be shy about sending your Dragons goodies or posting them to the “forum’s Creative Wall”- it’s great to see creative things from fellow fans!

I don’t accept money, trades or “kickbacks” for mentioning or posting anything on this independent fansite – I’m just a HTTYD fan, like you, doing this in my spare time.

Web link policies

I can’t be held responsible for the content elsewhere on the Internet, including to websites I link to, however I make an effort to only link to websites of a reasonably high standard.

When linking to the source of an artwork or story, and especially when there are several sources available of the artist’s or author’s gallery, then the source with the fewest ads and trackers will usually be chosen.

If the only source available has a lot of ads or trackers, or links to very low quality websites, then another source may be requested.

If the source has links to other creative works or themes with a higher “maturity” rating than the official movies and TV series, then another source may be requested unless the website has an age filter and is predominantly rated for general audiences.

If the artist or author requests a link back to their web store, then it should either be a “popular and secure” web store, or be provably secure and reliable.

Affiliate, or shortened links are never used.

A link to this fansite’s Privacy Policy is at the bottom of every page.

These policies can change in the future, but will more or less remain like this: sources are mentioned, preferably no links to ad-infested or bad websites, prefer to show off only my personal favourite examples of HTTYD fan-works on blog, and allow fans to post their own creative goodies on the We Have Dragons forum.

By Beinir (Ben) Madbear - Hairy Fansite Founder and Owner.
Passionate dog person, but also likes cats and animals in general. Web developer and online producer, who became a “How to Train Your Dragon” fan after coming across it on TV back in 2018.

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