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TzauZerRyfaz

Fine good riddance....

I am tired of people being jealous of my photo skills in sl.. So you know what? If you don't whant anything from SL POST IT IN YOUR FUKING RULES DAMN IT!
Good bye and good ridance.. You guys won't evin get a sketch from me any more...
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Added: 5 years, 1 month ago
 
Dragonviper
5 years, 1 month ago
oh please dont play that i am innocent and have to say that its not right to do it bet you do it all the time and think the same way but when it comes for someone else you join in with the crowd and point at that person for doing something bad because it is not right as far as the copyright law goes as long you gave credit to whom ever made it where it is needed it doesnt matter(even though that part of the law been thrown out the window too many times)
GreenReaper
5 years, 1 month ago
The issue in this case is not so much copyright, but that screenshots of avatars which are modifications of other avatar-makers' work are not a form of art which we seek to serve on Inkbunny.

Such screenshots are analogous to photography, and are well-served by the same sites which host photos (Flickr, Imageshack, etc.).
Dragonviper
5 years, 1 month ago
Certain sites like that are a bit picky of what you can post and cannot post but there is one site that i have used in the past that allows adult content as long it is flagged as such
" GreenReaper wrote:
The issue in this case is not so much copyright, but that screenshots of avatars which are modifications of other avatar-makers' work are not a form of art which we seek to serve on Inkbunny.

TzauZerRyfaz
5 years, 1 month ago
Oh so people can post photoes of thier cars.. How 'original'! Bitch ... please!
GreenReaper
5 years, 1 month ago
If you see a photograph of a car, you are welcome to report it, but see the PM where I have discussed this issue in more detail. (Brief summary to others: a car in the background of a photograph of a fursuit is OK, but if repeated we will begin to suspect the purpose is not to depict the fursuit, but the car, and remove it.)
TzauZerRyfaz
5 years, 1 month ago
And again.. I'll say this once... So it's fine to break the law by posting cub art.[yea different speaces.. It's still an 'anthromorfic.."Humanoid' being thus still crossing the line  of art and porn...]....and stuff like that. I have nothing againced cub art..But it is still technacally a form of 'child porn' in accordance to the U.S. law evin if they are a 'different' speacies.. Would you applaud an alien dad exploiting his daughter if you saw it happening in rl?..So explain to me the real reason you Mods decided my SL stuff is not 'ok' or not 'original' enough..And second how the fuck can you tell if I made the skins or not? What do I have to 'post' That I got permission from Sylver Bue[The kzk creator's sl name] to show off what I can do with her avatars every time I post it? So I'm going to post one time in a jeournal who gave me permission to do what with were on sl
to shut you all up once and for all. So stop the jealousy fits god amnd it.
GreenReaper
5 years, 1 month ago
It is not just a permission or copyright issue in this instance. You may have permission to make whatever changes you like to your SL avatars, but precisely because Second Life makes it trivial to colour/size-shift or accessorise 3D models, we have decided not to consider them original art for the purpose of the site - just as we have clauses in our acceptable content policy against general photography, in part because it is so easy to make photos.

A screenshot (a virtual photograph) of an arrangement of such works is not a valid submission. It has to be your own work, or a piece of art uniquely commissioned for you. No, we do not know if someone is a 3D artist, but we trust you to be honest, just as we trust others to be with their submissions . . . and if it is found that you have not been, the submission is removed.

We believe we are on safe ground not permitting humans in sexual situations or showing genitals. Inkbunny's owner went to the effort of hiring a lawyer to develop an opinion, which is more than other furry sites have done; those which have banned cub art did so due moral concerns or issues with their payment processors, not legal issues. The laws of jurisdictions covering sexual situations with children define them as people under X, and people are explicitly or implicitly defined as human. Otherwise, depictions of, say, breeding monkeys would be illegal, as would most animal experimentation.
TzauZerRyfaz
5 years, 1 month ago
I tottaly agree. And that's the point I was getting at. Some poeple are too worried about the 'moral' implications to allow serton artworks or postings lolz.
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