[Clipart] File names, Titles, Keywords and Trademarks
rob.fenwitch at googlemail.com
Fri Sep 2 13:32:56 PDT 2011
thanks. I'll add some tags, I don't think it's necessary and possibly
inappropriate to use these terms in the titles.
I drew these networking and server front panels to use in a network
monitoring system as the manufacturers provide such things for visio but I
can't afford that. My main reason for putting these images out there is so
other people can travel the same road without having to spend several weeks
drawing, as I did.
I did the space shuttle after I saw the 'Cosmic' collection was open for
entries. It's drawn from a photo but not 'processed' from one. This is my
first 'Real Life' non-computing drawing as most of my stuff is textures,
posters and logos for Second Life (the virtual world).
On 2 September 2011 20:48, chovynz <chovynz at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Rob,
> (Short answer is yes you can use HP MSA30 in the tags/keywords/title)
> As far as I know you may use generic trademarks in keywords, but not in the
> actual svg itself. For example if you look up windows, apple, ipod, mac,
> audi, you might find some results with these words IN the keywords and tags.
> These are ok (as far I know).
> However if there was an audi logo on clipart, we would be asking the author
> to remove said logo. Same with the word audi on that same svg.
> Does this help to clear it up for you?
> On 2 September 2011 22:02, Rob Fenwitch <rob.fenwitch at googlemail.com>wrote:
>> sorry to keep banging on about this but it's all new to me.
>> If I draw (for example) a Hewlett Packard MSA30 SCSI disk array but leave
>> out or remove all logos, makers name and model from the image, can I use any
>> part of 'HP MSA30' in the filename, title or keywords so that people can
>> search for and find the image?
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