Permission-Free...? Angel Plus...?
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
©2004, by Aisling D'Art
When you purchase my clipart CDs, you and I agree to the following:
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
- You can copy as many of the images as you want, for your own use in print form or as part of a digital collage that you put online.
- You can alter the images, create derivative works, change the colors, make them bigger or smaller, crop them, reverse them, or even put ridiculous captions on them. (But don't put ridiculous captions on photos of me. When in doubt, ask.)
- You can use the images in your original art that you make for yourself.
- You can use the images in your original art that you make for others, and original art that you sell.
- You can reproduce individual images as part of art that you print at home, or on a photocopy machine, such as ATCs.
- If the images are a significant part of your finished work, you will put the following copyright somewhere on the work: (c)2004, Aisling D'Art. It's okay to place the copyright discreetly in the work.
- If you are mass producing items with one or more of these images as a significant part of the art (a tee-shirt at CafePress, for example), you will get written permission from me (Aisling D'Art), first.
- If your original art is going to be shown or reproduced somewhere--such as in a zine or a magazine, a book, or on a TV show--you will let me (Aisling D'Art) know about it while I can still run out and buy a copy to proudly show to others.
WHAT YOU CAN'T DO:
- You can't copy the CD to share with (or sell to) others... not even your very best friend who is broke right now. (If someone is desperate to use images on the CD and can't afford it, have him/her contact me directly.)
- You can't copy the images--except in derivative works--for others to use. In other words, don't make copies of the images so that other people don't have to buy the CD. The only way that I can afford to keep offering these CDs at such low prices and with such generous copyright terms, is if people actually buy the CDs from me.
- If you are going to use the photos for something like a commercial bookcover, regular copyright laws apply. That is: If my photo/s are a significant part of the art, of if the photo is the entire cover, it's fair to pay standard stock photo fees.
- Don't pretend that you took the photos yourself. If you use the pictures to illustrate an article or something, my copyright notice should be with the photo.
All of my clipart CDs and individual clipart images are licensed under a Creative Commons License.