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Permission agreement of selling my art work [new to this]


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MightyKitten
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Posted 22 May 2015 - 04:03 AM

I wanted to sell my motion graphic but I don't know how to do or set up permission usage/copyright usage

 

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Posted 22 May 2015 - 04:15 AM

I wanted to sell my motion graphic but I don't know how to do or set up permission usage/copyright usage

 

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Idk about how to and stuff.

But you won't be able to sell your stuff here.

Onecanvas is pretty much a sharing community we try to avoid selling as much as possible.

 

Perhaps sites like Graphic River I have heard before, but idk much about that stuff tough.

As for knowing were you can/can't sell idk but I think there are guides and stuff on other sites and fora

 

We had a small discussion on this topic here were some members suggest sites and what not.

this can be found here.


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Posted 22 May 2015 - 04:19 AM

Idk about how to and stuff.

But you won't be able to sell your stuff here.

Onecanvas is pretty much a sharing community we try to avoid selling as much as possible.

 

Perhaps sites like Graphic River I have heard before, but idk much about that stuff tough.

As for knowing were you can/can't sell idk but I think there are guides and stuff on other sites and fora

 

We had a small discussion on this topic here were some members suggest sites and what not.

this can be found here.

 

I wasn't selling on here, just asking about the whole permission agreement - I have already ran into people reselling things of mine



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Posted 22 May 2015 - 04:28 AM

I wasn't selling on here, just asking about the whole permission agreement - I have already ran into people reselling things of mine

 

Ahh I see, I apologize for my incompetence in reading XD.

Anyways I think you are talking about the whole copyright stuff.

Well pretty much you sell it they buy it, so the customer of course own the piece of art so they can do what they want with it.

HOWEVER, they may own the artwork itself they don't own the rights to it those are still yours (at least if it is copyrighted).

So if the art is copyrighted and the person who bought it sells it he violates the therms of use. So in that case you could take legal measure's

 

But you can never completely stop people selling your artwork or claiming that they made it and take credit for it. 


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Posted 22 May 2015 - 06:12 AM

Just report them on whatever site they are reusing them and provide proof that you made it



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Posted 26 May 2015 - 03:57 PM

Using creative commons is a great start. Having your own site where rules for sharing are clear is important if you're doing alot if things. The internet is impossible to policy... But graphics sites, like OC, are happy to remove theft.

When people report crap to me as stolen, I want dated website links as proof. Having such helps.




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