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  1. I don't believe the 'mouse' is in charge of these.
    http://www.preciousmoments.com/
    I own a bunch of them too.
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    I look at it this way, if someone else drew it or designed it, then I'd better have a CU license to use it in a kit. If God made it, then I can photograph it and extract it. :)

  3. Quote Originally Posted by starwarsfans View Post
    I look at it this way, if someone else drew it or designed it, then I'd better have a CU license to use it in a kit. If God made it, then I can photograph it and extract it. :)
    Thats a good and safe philosophy Tricia.






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    Quote Originally Posted by msbrad View Post
    I don't believe the 'mouse' is in charge of these.
    http://www.preciousmoments.com/
    I own a bunch of them too.
    m
    Thanks for the link!
    I was just giving an example with Disney ;-)
    I think the things on the site are all famous, like the "Hummeltjes" we have in Europe.
    I wouldn't think of having those in a kit!!

    But if I follow the thougth of Sharon, I could not take a picture of a common teapot? Or a pen?
    creative greetings,


  5. Quote Originally Posted by Els AW View Post
    Thanks for the link!
    I was just giving an example with Disney ;-)
    I think the things on the site are all famous, like the "Hummeltjes" we have in Europe.
    I wouldn't think of having those in a kit!!

    But if I follow the thougth of Sharon, I could not take a picture of a common teapot? Or a pen?
    If it was a teapot that had nothing to make it different you might be ok but if there is any design put into making it you should not. Same with the pen. You could make your own pen with a graphics program. A lot of designers use the guideline of it is 'generic' which means there are hundreds of companies all making exactly the same thing - but if it is different in any way its a no.






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    Thanks, you are all very helpfull!
    Have to learn to draw things myself I guess LOL!
    creative greetings,


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    Quote Originally Posted by Els AW View Post
    Thanks, you are all very helpfull!
    Have to learn to draw things myself I guess LOL!
    And so you have a new hobby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid1963 View Post
    And so you have a new hobby!
    Hobby? I think you can consider this my job...
    creative greetings,


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    Quote Originally Posted by Els AW View Post
    Hobby? I think you can consider this my job...
    Yes, I know but I meant learning to draw as a hobby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid1963 View Post
    Yes, I know but I meant learning to draw as a hobby
    I was not clear enough: because I cannot draw, it would be just for my work.
    But you never know, maybe I become good in it and then it could be a hobby, yes!
    creative greetings,


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