A guide to OmoOrg's gallery Our gallery is the primary place to share and promote your artwork on OmoOrg. As an artist, you can create your own album(s) dedicated to your works, allowing your fans to easily view and comment on your individual works in one organized space.     🎨 Information for artists The Gallery vs. The Artwork Forums You may wonder why we have both a gallery and a forum dedicated to artwork. We recommend you use the forums for general discussion topics; a place for members to provide general feedback on your works, to make requests, and/or to handle commissions. You can use the gallery to store an archive of all your works, allowing members to easily view and comment on individual uploads without having to navigate through pages of comments in a single thread. Best of all, you can embed images uploaded to the gallery into your posts here! All you have to do is copy-and-paste the link to the album or individual image you want to share and it will automagically embed itself into your post. When a user clicks on an embedded gallery image, they're presented with a lightbox containing the full-resolution image and an option to rate/comment on the submission without ever having to leave the page. Another benefit to using the gallery is that all your submissions will be accessible from your profile page via a dedicated Albums tab. Where should I upload my artwork? You can create albums for your artwork in the Artist CG category of the gallery. I'm an artist, but my public works have already been uploaded here If another member has uploaded an archive of some of your existing public works (e.g. from Pixiv, Tumblr, or so on), just message a member of our staff and we will have ownership of these albums transferred over to you. Any reputation earned from these submissions will be transferred over to your account as well. (Additionally, if your works have been uploaded here and you don't want them shared, just contact us to request their removal.)     🙋 Information for everyone ALWAYS credit your submissions wherever possible If you are uploading public works you did not create yourself, please take the time to credit the original artists. There is a dedicated "Credit" field you can use to provide a link to the original creator during upload. If you don't know who the original artist is, try using a service such as SauceNAO to look them up. If you find a work in the gallery that is not credited and you know who the original artist is, you can use the "Report Image" link to have our moderators add credit in. Use the correct category! OmoOrg has 4 primary categories you can upload to. Artist CG This is an album-only category for computer-generated artwork sets without panels. Albums must be of a particular artist, set or Eroge. Manga, Doujinshi & Comics Any H-manga or comics of Asian or western origin, usually containing panels and text. If your upload is translated, please include "[English] " in the beginning of the album's title. General Artwork Drawn content that does not constitute a comic or cg set (e.g. loose images, screenshots, etc.) Uploads here are typically done when an artist only has a handful of works that do not constitute hosting a dedicated album. Uploads here may later be moved into dedicated public albums for the individual artists. Photographs / Cosplay This is our only non-artwork category. It is for (strictly non-pornographic) photograph sets, including professional cosplay sets (e.g. content you'd find under the "Cosplay" category on e-hentai). Tagging helps us keep the gallery organized! We know this is a lot of work, but please use tags wherever you can! Most importantly, tag your content as either male or female (and use male/female at the tag prefix). Next, include the artist name in the tags list as well as the credit box (this makes searching easier). Finally, use our sites official tags when appropriate. These are suggested to you automatically when typing into the tag box. You can find a complete list with more information here:
https://www.omorashi.org/fetish-list/ You're also free to use your own tags, just don't go overboard. Use things people are likely to search for. Useful software / tools For creating archives of Pixiv albums/artists, we recommend using PixivUtil2:
https://github.com/Nandaka/PixivUtil2 This will allow you to easily maintain local archives of your favorite Pixiv artists, which you can then share on OmoOrg. For upscaling lower-resolution works, there is waifu2x:
http://waifu2x.udp.jp / https://github.com/nagadomi/waifu2x If you are uploading an upscaled version of an image, include "waifu2x" in the tags list. Do not upload images upscaled using any other method.