Starving Artists Script STEAL ART Copy Peop...
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You can copy & close ANYONE's art within your serverMake sure to Claim a booth before executing the script, then just walk over to the drawing table.When you copy someones art MAKE SURE to change some pixels (around 7) to add some difference otherwise you can get banned
The myth of the starving artist has dominated our culture, seeping into the minds of creative people and stifling their pursuits. The truth is that the world's most successful artists did not starve. In fact, they capitalized on the power of their creative strength.
In Real Artists Don't Starve, bestselling author and creativity expert Jeff Goins debunks the myth of the starving artist by unveiling the ideas that created it and replacing them with 14 rules for artists to thrive, including:
Directors make many of the creative decisions that bring a dramatic production to life. They have a part in almost every aspect of producing a play, film, or TV program. They must be creative artists as well as knowledgeable technicians. Active onstage and behind the scenes, they interpret scripts, communicate their vision to set and costume designers, audition and select cast members, manage rehearsals, and coach actors.
Ah, see - what the artists at artist alley are doing is pretty flagrant copyright violation. And of course the companies know about, how could they not They go to the same conventions, they know the score. And yet, of course, the intrepid artists over at Artist Alley are not being hauled out of the convention center en masse in handcuffs.
2: So, for Artist Alley specifically; they don't really do much, usually. It's one thing to send out a Cease & Desist email over the internet - it's a whole 'nother can of PR-related worms to actually send out the guys in the suits to slap down a starving artist in person. Remember, if you will, the outrage and the anger that occured when Anime Expo was held in Disneyland, and the Disney police came down swiftly upon any and all artists and dealers whose work was considered \"inappropriate.\" The SPJA had major egg on their face afterwards, and it took a good deal of effort to win back the fans' collective goodwill.
3: Well, there is. Kinda. Different cons have different rules, but they're all mostly the same jive. Here's Sakura-Con's take: \"You may not sell any items that violate copyright or trademarks. This includes official logos, alterations or reproductions of official artwork, and bootlegs, as well as items that infringe on the work of independent artists. Fanart is allowed as long as it follows the above rules.\" 59ce067264