I recently uploaded some abstract mathematical animations to Youtube, and shared some of the still frames on FurAffinity and DeviantArt. Since then, I have written a blog post on my website, explaining exactly how I made these animations, and why they are so interesting. If you haven't seen my video yet, you should definitely check it out, and read my blog posts too!
You can watch the original video here:
You can read about how it was made here:
Jacob Dawson's Personal License
September 1, 2018
All of my original work, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under the Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 license. Websites like Deviant Art, Vimeo, and Flickr all have the ability to mark content with Creative Commons licenses, or include licensing metadata. In that case, the license associated with the work should be treated as the official license for that work. In cases where no licensing information is given, this license can be assumed.
This license does not extend to work done for me, either as part of a commission, trade, or gift. In that case you must check the actual license app
Just a heads up that I will be changing my license regarding the use of my work. You will still be able to redistribute my work as long as you give credit, but if you modify or adapt my work you will then have to apply the same license to your adaptations. The new license will take effect on September 1, 2018. Anyone who has downloaded my work prior to this point may continue to use the old license.
I want you to know that I have thought long and hard about this change, and I do not do so light-heartedly. I believe that this new license better reflects my ideals and helps to support the sort of free and open culture I wish to promote. If thi