I'm sure a lot of you know this already, but for those who don't, with Google you can trace back your pictures of the web. This is pretty scary as I found some of my works used a printed book cover, an electronic book cover on Amazon, cd covers, used on Youtube as cover images for music and on various other websites. Most of the time, copyrights and/or watermarks were removed, the images altered, etc. Well if you don't know how to look for your images, here's the link that's explain how on Youtube www.youtube.com/watch?v=t99BfD… . Thanks to who sent me the link in the past. To look for your pictures, you need the link of your work or you can upload your image directly to Google. To get the link of your image, go to your deviation's page, right click on the image and select properties (on PC at least.. not sure on Macintosh, I think it's "Get Info" instead of Properties), and copy the link that ends with the .jpg extension. For the rest, watch the video.