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    Copyrighting images in sketchbook

    I'm sure everyone has their own idea for a 'great videogame/tv show/movie' or otherwise.

    I'm just wondering what your thoughts are for posting drawings that will lead up to the finished product. Can you protect it from blatant rips?

    Or would it better to keep it private until it's ready.

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    I have a piece I toss back and forth for almost six years now. It fills two big office folders now and certainly developed a considerable amount od quality. I only show the paper and prints to reliable and trustyworthy ppl for critics. Ihold out untill I think it is ready to be posted in its entire length as a full fledged comic. And only after I got trademark rights. I have legal acknowledgement of my creators rights under european law right now.

    So from my point of view, if you´re really into protecting your work, better keep it tight and secure untill it is ready. And get all the legal protection you can afford for it.


    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didn´t come back.

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    my Heavy Industrie, Military and Steampunk References/Textures (updated Oct 2012)
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