There are few things in life I dislike more than a charlatan. Liars rub me the wrong way. There is no reason to act like something you are not, and passing off someone's intellectual property as your own does not make you look good no matter what you say.
I stumbled upon this last night by chance, four weeks after it was published. It is a copy of my Sun and Moon illustration.
BEHOLD THE IMPOSTOR:
Save for the apparent splicing of two illustrations into one, these are pretty much exactly the same concepts. She blatantly offered to show somebody the proof that she made it on her laptop. Then she told somebody I know that she likes to take advantage of the inspiration when it comes. Yeah, I wonder where that inspiration came from?
Let's have a look at where it came from.
PROOF OF AUTHENTICITY:
If you are going to rip someone off and publish it for all your friends to see, at least invest effort in doing a better job than the original.
Now all I have left to do is to write to the platform and ask them to take it down.
I don't like being cyber bullied and told I am nothing and nobody, only to be copied so shamelessly. Shame on you, Kisaki Jun aka Frances Padilla aka Isyth Hawke. You should have known better.
— Mónica Laura on Monday, December 29, 2014