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Zootopia Finneck double sides acrylic charm by J-C Zootopia Finneck double sides acrylic charm by J-C
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USD 4 each, plus shipping. Ship for worldwide.
When everyone falls in love with Nick, I just want to make a charm with 2 types of Finneck.
What a interesting character. XD

[Size] 
50 x 70 mm 
Thickness 30 mm

[Material] 
Full colored acrylic 
Black cell-phone strap 
Double sides print

Finneck belongs to Disney.
Art by me. Please do not use/post/edit/trace without my permission, thank you!
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:iconschrodingersmeerkat:
SchrodingersMeerkat Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Are both images on the same charm?
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:iconj-c:
J-C Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Yes, it's a double sides charm with 2 different pictures.
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SchrodingersMeerkat Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool! What do you do with them?
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:iconj-c:
J-C Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Hmm, I don't really understand your question.
Acrylic charm could be hang on everything that you want to decorate. 
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:iconschrodingersmeerkat:
SchrodingersMeerkat Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, you answered it. I thought maybe you hang them from the zipper of a bookbag.
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J-C Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Yes, that is also good. I hang it on my bag too.
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SchrodingersMeerkat Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool. But aren't you worried about Disney coming after you for copyright?
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J-C Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
This is a common question that all the fanart-related products makers need to face. 
The product is in a grey area yes.
But I'm not trying to steal the character or steal Disney's money.
And fan-made products are very easy to see in comic cons in Taiwan.
Everyone knows what they are doing, of course there is risk that the original companies may sue the maker if they feel unhappy about this.
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:iconlord-kiyo:
Lord-Kiyo Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2017
brilliant posing and amazing how exact it is to the style too.

Although are you aloud to sell them?  I'm sure this is against copyright.
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J-C Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
This is a common question that all the fanart-related products makers need to face.
The product is in a grey area yes.
But I'm not trying to steal the character or steal Disney's money.
And fan-made products are very easy to see in comic cons in Taiwan.
Everyone knows what they are doing, of course there is risk that the original companies may sue the maker if they feel unhappy about this.
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:iconlord-kiyo:
Lord-Kiyo Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2017
Yeah, much is in grey, and I have no doubt that your not trying to steal anything.  But from what I am familiarize with, to produce a likeness of copyrighted material for the purpose of making money, is a no go zone.  But then again doing commission that so happen to be of a copyrighted character, seems okay.

I'm not accusing or anything, I'm just concerned for you.  Again its beautiful work, and I would mistake it for official concept art.
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UnicornCat Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
This is just gorgeous :heart:
Just one question, did you consider the copyright of Disney? Normally, if you want to make money with one of their characters, you need to pay them for it. :)
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DanteRageWolfington Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2017  Professional Writer
While this is true, if it is fanart, they can't say anything as long as you aren't presenting the character in a bad light. For example, there are people that have made and sold fanart/fanstory comics, because they wrote the entire story of the comic and made the art (or a collating artist did).

Disney could only tell them be careful how they portray the copyright character, which is reasonable!
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UnicornCat Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi, I´m sorry, but I have to disagree.
Even presenting fanart is in fact not allowed. It´s copyrighted. That means, if one day, Disney decided to go against fanart, they could. And fanart artists would be penalized. It´s international copyright, I read all this on different platforms and Internet pages, even written by a real lawyer. That has nothing at all to do with how the taken character is presented.
So, in fact, if J-C didn´t ask Disney to use their character, it´s not allowed and he should be a little careful. He even sells them, that is even "worse" in copyright questions. It could be that he didn´t know that, that´s why I told him in my comment.

Disney or other companies don´t work against fanart because they use it as free advertisement. That means, they would disadvantage themselves. Although they´re right in front of the law.
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pokediginut Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2017  Student Writer
I want the cool one on the right :)
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J-C Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
It's double size, so you will have 2 Finneck at the same time. 
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pokediginut Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2017  Student Writer
Wow
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mr0spot Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
omg! they´re look amazing! x3
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Karmakat01 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
ROFL! that's an interesting one.
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