Last post by grafixrj - February 17, 2021, 08:59:35 PM
Thanks Dave, that's what I thought, but I ran across something I recently read here from years earlier confusing me where it said you cannot modify the original file in any form even though it was talking about remods & repaints and no permission to modify was necessary. Maybe I've missed it so far, but is there an actual technical article you have created on here explaining your "concept to design steps" and how you create your final art work for your incredible Kool Wheelz publications including actual software used? If not I think it would make for a very interesting read, especially for those who might want to make modifications like changing the color, adding graphics, etc. Thanks
Have you ever built a plastic kit...and painted it the way you want it? Or swapped out some parts? or bashed it with another kit? Nobody can stop you from doing anything to any kit, paid or free, as long as its for your own personal use and enjoyment. And that includes paper kits.
But you don't have permissions to reshare the kit, even with your mods or edits. You can't redistribute other peoples artwork, in any form, free or not.
But feel free to share photos and reports of your builds, mods, bashes and dioramas on this, and any forum.
Last post by grafixrj - February 17, 2021, 07:27:32 PM
Thanks gentlemen, I probably should have done that sooner, now if I could just get my printer working (or replaced) soon! I do have a question while I'm here...I saw where you had a contest awhile ago that mentioned "repaints" either old skool (markers, pencils, airbrush, etc) or digital "for those who could". Dave, are we actually allowed to modify your free Kool Wheelz files for our own "personal" use (of course)? If so, these are vector files (Corel Draw or Illustrator) and not done with Photo Shop, right? Thanks