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Copyrights: yay or nay?
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Copyrights: yay or nay?
|3 min read|by yakumoSoul
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Same old
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The meaning behind words
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caught inside the scene
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Copyrights: yay or nay?
Some are of opinion that copyrights would stall development and evolution of the arts. i.e. It prevents other artists from building and improving upon an existing work. The greater good of mankind would be served by doing away with this threshold. Others want to keep copyrights to "protect" their work, which is most often an issue of pride, honour, property and the wishes of the individual artist. Reasons less holy than the anti-copyright philosophy, I'll frankly admit. Suppose I'd draw an art in a copyrightless world, and others can improve upon it. Do they fix my flawed anatomy? Do they apply it for the greater good of mankind? No. The pe
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Same old
Be warned: In the near future I'll be rounding up all the fan arts I ever made of Cammy White, and putting them up here. Mainly because my old website is dead, but also because I'm curious to see how many I have in total.
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The meaning behind words
"There is a land where people hardly speak. In this strange land, one has to buy words and swallow them carefully to be able to speak them. Little Florian is looking for words full of love for a very special someone. But those very words happen to cost a fortune." - The Great Factory of Words Just as I had decided not to pursue a carreer as an artist, a phone calls. "Can you help us?". It occurs to me that people never ask "Do you want-", leaving me only the inevitable truthful answer. I am presented a family in distress and a nigh deadline. I am presented an elementary task of adapting an illustration book for young children, and I am pr
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caught inside the scene
While attending a 2 day anime/sci-fi convention in Belgium, I spoke to many people in many languages and noticed some disturbing things. I've been drawing comics since I learned how to write and before I could actually draw freehand. I drew comics to live adventures, same reason why I buy them. Somewhere along the lines of time I ended up on the other side of the comics scene: Inside it. These days, I find myself being able to talk the talk with publishers, professional comic artists and convention organisers, and it annoys me. One professional comic artist I talked to last weekend, a very skilled one by the way, was only just introduced to
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