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Mar
29
awarded  Yearling
Nov
29
comment What is the copyright of fanart?
So if I draw Batman on a skateboard and you publish it, DC can sue you for Batman, and I can sue for the skateboard.
Nov
27
comment Glueing back to back and folding
You are using some kind of spay mount adhesive, I hope?
Nov
27
answered Most reliable automatic mockup-to-HTML tool?
Nov
27
answered Proper typesetting of right-to-left text in overall left-to-right context
Nov
27
comment Proper typesetting of right-to-left text in overall left-to-right context
I would be curious to know what a right-to-left reader would think. Any readers of Arabic or Hebrew?
Nov
27
answered How can I create a coffee cream effect with Photoshop?
Nov
27
comment What is the copyright of fanart?
Sure it did. Your fan art is a derivative work. You don't own the rights to those characters and if you decided to make any money off they would likely come down you like a ton of bricks. If you're not making money off it, likely nothing will happen, but they would be totally within their rights to have you take it down. If you were parodying something, you would be on much firmer ground.
Nov
19
answered Use an artboard as a template, exporting multiple versions with an image swap?
Nov
19
answered Software for simple 2D technical drawings?
Nov
19
answered What is the copyright of fanart?
Mar
29
awarded  Yearling
Feb
9
answered How to get this text effect? What are the blending settings? Any tutorial?
May
11
answered How can I match a site's background color in both Chrome and Firefox?
May
1
comment How can I calculate the center of mass/gravity for vector objects?
Inventor will do it, but it's probably overkill for your needs. Maybe the demo?
Apr
27
answered Need help with logo concept
Apr
27
awarded  Enthusiast
Apr
26
comment Achieving liquid effect in small illustration
creating a reference in 3d might not be a bad idea, but you shouldn't be constrained by reality. A few things to think about: 1. in most illustrations, water=blue, so making it grey is making it harder for the audience. 2.the cube is entirely in the water and there is no background, so there's no context. if there was a bacground color (that changed when it was behind the water) or a pattern (that distorted when it was behind the water) or if the cube was partly out of the water. 3. the distortions in the water cause the caustics, so the wiggles and the light lines should align.
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26
awarded  Commentator
Apr
26
awarded  Editor