I have been unable to edit the image page itself, for some reason. This image is combined from two in-game screenshots. The cyberdemon recognizable in the upper left is adapted from the endgame sequence. In FHD Remix, his character has been named Erebus. In the lower right is Jack Campbell, from the opening sequence. The crow in the lower left is Tori, from Haibane Renmei episode 8 (Tori is also the episode name and is simply the Japanese word for bird.) Coming in off the right side of the frame is Haifun's right wing, adapted from a picture of her on the featherwinglove photostream on Flickr drawn by Terry Wilson (user fhd_remix; image located at http://www.flickr.com/photos/36560633@N04/3429729623/). These were all captured and arranged by Terry Wilson (user fhd_remix) and the use of this imagery is believed to constitute fair use, as well as to promote Haibane Renmei and Doom 3. Ryan W was actually able to put some sort of "Source info" flag on the image page, I would sure like to know how!!
- Image description pages are supposed to be editable just like articles are. If you are totally unable to do this, I suggest taking a screen shot and then asking for help on the central wikia forums. Ryan W 03:45, January 22, 2010 (UTC)
Since I can't seem to add this image to my user page, there is almost no point in having it on the site, anyway. Is this the right place to bring up the problems? http://www.wikia.com/index.php?title=User_blog:Kirkburn/Rich_text_editor_overhaul_launches_sitewide&s=wl Fhd remix 22:06, January 22, 2010 (UTC)
- Kirkburn is a staff/helper person specializing in gaming, so if he's willing to respond to your questions, great. Unfortunately, if you don't provide the exact error message or exact browser version (especially if it's in a public library and might be 8+ years old), the developers may not have enough information to work with. Ryan W 23:10, January 22, 2010 (UTC)
Group nomination for the following items:
These images have been here for some time without the uploaders explaining their purpose anywhere that I can find. None has ever been used in an article, and even if they were, their copyright justifications range from brittle to nonexistent (excepting the above thread, which argues for fair use by the artist, not by this site). In the interest of general housekeeping, delete all. Ryan W 04:12, 1 December 2011 (UTC)
- You're right. I didn't know galleries could scroll horizontally. Ryan W 00:34, 5 December 2011 (UTC)