Page Guideline 3 of the Wiki's Policies and Guidelines states that you must have explicit administrative permission to add fanart to pages. Please review the policies and guidelines before making another edit on the wiki.
You ask an administrator if you can add art to a page. Fanart is rarely used on pages, basically because the wiki is for factual/canon information, and fanart is how a particular fan views a character, not necessarily how Shannon Messenger views them.
Oh wow, that's soooo pretty! It's so well drawn, colourful, and full of detail especially on her dress.
So Catherine has recently changed fanart rules and have edited the guidelines, so I'm, not entirely sure what would apply for the new rules. I have messaged her on her wall and will respond to you as soon as possible! Sorry for the delay, I just want to make sure the co-owner can clarify so I don't so anything wrong… Thank you!
Hey! So what I've been informed is that only a bare minimum of fanart can be approved, mostly leading to objects or non-characters. Cath has said that: "The biggest issue with fanart on the wiki is that it can confuse readers into thinking the character looks very much like that. With fanart, details have to be filled in by the artist themselves, and sometimes even huge apperance points have to be filled in by the artist, and so the art isn't fully canon like art guided by Mrs. Messenger. " We really appreciate your fanart and think it'll be a wonderful edition to the pages, but unfortunately, it may mislead some users, since its not an official portrait. I strongly suggest posting your fanart on the FanArt Forum Board where users can view and comment, or a blog post. Thank you so much!