This was taken by my daughter, then animated by me. You can download it for your own enjoyment. May not be reproduced, copied, edited, published, transmitted, duplicated, or printed without my permission. Thanks.
Photos were taken by a digital camera then uploaded onto the computer, then I used a program to make water reflections, and saved as a gif. so it turns into animated digital art, but originally from a photo.
I am not asking about that. I am asking "Why would you print an animation". You know, printing things make something not an animation. Because paper does not retain abilities of exciting electrons like computer screens or digital photo frames.
The question stemmed from your description, "May not be reproduced, copied, edited, published, transmitted, duplicated, or printed without my permission. Thanks."
Specifically the part about printing. Basically you saying that you do not want your work to be used without your permission to stop stealing, but I found it a bit odd that you would keep the bit about printing. Hence this awkward conversation.