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A watermark is a small mark regularly containing a Scratcher's username or icon that is usually placed either in one of the four corners of the screen or on the art. The point of a watermark is supposed to help abolish art theft by the image and the mark being grouped together making it unable to remove. The usage of a watermark is beneficial if participating in a MAP or a similar project.

Types of Watermarks


The username watermark is a quick and easy mark as it is simply a typed username. Username watermarks are mainly used by newer Scratchers or Scratchers who don't feel as confident in their drawing abilities[citation needed]. If someone's username was 'Example' then they could type "Example" and place it above their art or wherever they feel their mark would be needed.


Sometimes a group of Scratchers will work on a collaboration together and create a watermark for projects that will be used in the final project.

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