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Claire Through the Ages

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Sooo, what do you think of her car?

The car in the picture is this one right here https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/HM-La-Re-Black/216...  Show them some love and get one yourself :)

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female 526,369, cat 111,898, girl 40,140, kitty 13,293, fennec 9,718, pose 9,565, car 3,054, photography 1,683, fenkitty 174
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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 2 years, 9 months ago
Rating: General

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GreenReaper
2 years, 9 months ago
I'm thinking "does it meet Inkbunny's content policy?", which will depend on whether it was made by you.

If it's just something you bought, and wasn't a commission, you shouldn't be posting pictures of it here any more than you should post photos of your RL car. We have deleted "my fursuit draped over my car" before, because, as in this case, the purpose is clearly to show off the car.
nightshade89
2 years, 9 months ago
I wasn't trying to show off the car.  I was going for a cool/sexy picture of my avatar posing next to car.  I'd have used any car I had bought in SL.  If you want I can change the description so its not drawing so much attention to it.  I thought it would be ironic because the community at large would be more likely to pay attention to the avatar.
GreenReaper
2 years, 9 months ago
Our main concern with such images is that you are presenting someone else's art - the 3D model of the car - as your own, and without credit.

Per the ownership and derivative work policies, if you include a significant component of someone else's work in a submission, you need to identify its creator, and have their permission - just as if you had worked with someone else on a painting and wished to show it here. A link is usually appropriate, if the work is available online.

As a secondary concern, we don't really want to host lots of images of the same model presented in different ways, whether it's a car or your own character, though there is some leeway there in terms of what's necessary to fully show off the model's artistic features. This applies more to the car as a commercial object because we could see ten other people posting an equivalent image with the same model - it's why we don't allow photos of people's Pokemon collections, etc.
nightshade89
2 years, 9 months ago
I'll look for and get the link for where I bought the car and add it to the description.  I wasn't attempting to claim the car as my own creation, if any ownership is implied it was like you or I saying our POV is our own.  I could see what you are saying if the picture was of the car alone but it is coupled with my avatar.  I am also curious if these rules also apply to the pictures of my avatar.
GreenReaper
2 years, 9 months ago
Well this is a picture of your avatar, and it is a picture of the car, so both copyrights need to be represented. :-)

Inkbunny isn't a social media site - it's an art site for showing off your artwork, or artwork created for you by another artist - so if you don't disclaim copyright over a 3D model which is a significant component of a piece, you're implicitly saying that you created it.

If others had made part of another submission posted by you, we'd expect them to be credited in that, too. For example, if the tape machine in this piece was traced from a piece by another artist, it'd be wrong to imply that toddlergirl had created it.

We see the act of taking the screenshot (a virtual photograph) as largely irrelevant, because the vast majority of the effort which resulted in the artistic content of the final image was done by those making the models - and in the case of the character, the poses - not those taking the screenshot.
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