If i remember copyright laws correctly (I am, in no way, a legal scholar), derivative works of copyrighted materials are still subject to copyrights, as the new materials could not exist without the existence of the originals.Syor wrote: ↑Sat Jan 18, 2020 1:32 pmThis was my doubt, it's true and FT doesn't have to risk anythingmadmaniacal1 wrote: ↑Fri Jan 17, 2020 9:02 pmAre these images "open source", and therefore free for the public to use for their own purposes?
If so, these images look great for a start.
If not, adding them to FT (or even recolored variants) is a violation of international copyright law, and FT doesn't need that.
However, I ask myself: use them as a basis to create something different .... any changes .... shouldn't they solve the problem?
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