I can understand their reasoning - they want to make sure you're using 'their' character - but I personally am awful with things like that and would never manage xD although if the buyer never uses them then they're the ones who lost out I guess, kinda like how when I sold adoptables I said people could change them as much as they want because if they change them beyond recognition, they'd have been as well creating their own character, but they paid me for that one so their loss xD if that made sense, I'm exhausted ;-;
Don't mind me, going through some of your old polls xD
i would NEVER have a rule like this. i put effort into a design, someone brought it, i got paid for my effort. its completely up to the buyer what to do with that character next. the only thing i have a problem with is when they resell for more than what they paid for. its really annoying tbh.
Bad rule. TERRIBLE, actually. You get the rights when you purchase an adoptable. That's the whole point of buying it. Sellers need to back off; they got paid and now they no longer own the character. If people can't stand what others will do with the character once they buy it, then don't sell in the first place. Yeah it's a shame when someone doesn't draw a character they bought but that's not the seller's business since they DON'T OWN IT ANYMORE.
"iF U DONT EAT THIS BOX OF COOKIES THAT YOU BOUGHT FROM WEGMANS WITHIN 2 WEEKS, WEGMANS WILL RECLAIM IT AND REFUND U. SHAME ON YOU FOR BUYING SOMETHING YOU WANT."
I do understand where the rule is comming from. If you sell a character you designed (and put effort in) I understand that you want it to be drawn. But the person that adopted the character might just be a bit busy at the moment, that doesn't mean that they will never draw the character. In that case I don't think the rule is fair, I think it's too strict in general. I mean if I look at myself at the moment, I'm too busy to even finish personal art let alone an adoptable, while I do try to draw all of my characters once in a while.