[Clipart] [Open Clip Art Library] Question about use
ted at gould.cx
Thu Mar 26 19:00:42 PDT 2009
I also want to comment that if you do clean up the images, or change
them in some way we'd love it if you could contribute them as remixes of
the original images. On the site when you upload an image you can mark
it as a remix.
On Thu, 2009-03-26 at 18:14 -0400, Martin Owens wrote:
> They are free to use in ANY way you wish, including making stamps and
> even as awesome motifs for your killer laser sharks with green eyes and
> The public domain is a resource of media which is available to everyone.
> Think about really old stories and music which you can print or perform
> as much as you like, because the artist has been dead for 300 years.
> Well it's like that, but without the dead artists.
> Regards, Martin
> On Thu, 2009-03-26 at 22:05 +0000, croatianinja at yahoo.com wrote:
> > I know you've stated that these images are public domain, but it just sounds too good to be true. I'm a rubber stamp artist. I've found some images here that I would like to make into stamps and, later, scrapbooking products (papers, cliparts). For the stamps, I will not be adding them to my drawing. They will be made into stamps as is (with a few cleaning up and slight modifications on my part). Is this still allowed?
> > Thanks so much for your service. I'm a beginner in this trade and have enjoyed learning Inkscape. Being a stay at home, I cannot afford Adobe Illustrator, but I'm glad because I think Inkscape rocks. I've downloaded a trial version of AI and I think it's not that great.
> > More power to your site,
> > Nina
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