You Must Credit! It's not hard, it directs people to where you got the icons if they would like to use them too, and it gets you Good Person Points every time you do it. You don't know how, you say? Just like this image below shows, when uploading an icon please mention quibblercons in the comment section.
If you're using my icons on a site that does not have these options (Invision Power Boards, etc.), or one of the journal layouts here or at LJ, please provide a link back to quibblercons on your profile page.
Don't Hotlink! It's rude. It wastes my free photobucket. If my bandwidth gets exceeded, you'll have to wait for it to reset or else buy me a paid photobucket account.
The one set of mature themed icons (NSFW) is housed at t_quibbler in a friends only post; so as not to offend anyone who doesn't want to view them. If you would like to view/use them, you are affirming that you are of legal age for wherever you are and are not breaking any laws or restrictions by doing so; also that you are mature enough to not be offended by the content and intend to use it in a responsible fashion. If all of the above holds true for you, please comment here to be friended.
As far as journal layouts are concerned, a few of my layouts were modified from the Fulcrum @ LJ, per Liz's rules; most are of my own creation. If I credit her in the stylesheet, you should credit us both in your user info! For rules on modifying layouts made entirely by me, check out the FAQ post.
If you agree to abide by the rules and wish to be added as a member of this community, please include the name of an actor or actress in a comment below, join, and you will be added A.S.A.P.! If you comment w/o an actor or actress, I'll ask you to re-read, if you don't comment at all, after a few days I'll decline the approval request. Yes, I'm making sure you've read the rules. It's because lots of people refuse to or forget to credit, which implies they've done the work themselves. I get that making icons and layouts isn't brain surgery, but it's not unreasonable to ask you to point at the person who made 'em for you.