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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by govannon » Thu Dec 24, 2009 8:15 am

nvillacci wrote:I am a casual aquantance of Matt's, I know he is dealing with some very hard issues at this time, I just want to make sure he knows that his kit is still being reproduced, and more importantly, that you have permission to modify his sculpture and continue to sell it thus modified.

Owning a miniature company myself, unless I have express ownership of a model (I commissioned a model to be made and own it) or express permission to reproduce that model or model with conversions, I could not manufacture that model, its all a copyright and ownership law issue.

Again, just want to make sure Matt is kosher with this all.
You sell parts to add to somebody elses models. Thats what he is trying to do, get parts to sell to add to somebody elses model. I don't see a difference with what he is trying to do and what you are doing.
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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by MagickalMemories » Thu Dec 24, 2009 3:02 pm

OKay, guys.

I'm going to go ahead and put the brakes on this line of conversation.

This is a topic about entering a contest, NOT about the legality or propriety of said contest. If you want to discuss it further, please take it to PM.

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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by Paintbrushturkey » Fri Dec 25, 2009 4:24 am

okaydoke when will this contest finish up?
i think i'll have a go at this :-)
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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by TrooperPX » Fri Dec 25, 2009 12:58 pm

Bottom of the first post:
TrooperPX wrote:Hello all!
I’m thinking about letting this go into mid February? I might close it sooner if something really catches my creative eye... so you need to keep me updated if you're working on something but need more time.
Can't wait to see it!
Let me turn your original sculpt into an army!
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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by Paintbrushturkey » Sat Dec 26, 2009 12:59 am

duh, thanks mate :-)
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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by MagickalMemories » Sun Dec 27, 2009 11:12 pm

Having had extensive conversations with TrooperPX, as well as contact with Matt at Conversion Corner, I am satisfied that this contest does NOT interfere with the deal between Conversion Corner and TrooperPX.

Let the contest continue!

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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by Paintbrushturkey » Mon Dec 28, 2009 4:15 am

okeydoke then i'll get started right away :-)

thx for the heads *lol* up
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Post by DavrosRTS » Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:00 pm

Sent you the link to my entry for the contest. Thanks!
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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by TrooperPX » Thu Jan 07, 2010 10:44 pm

Received and replied! :wink:
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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by TrooperPX » Mon Jan 18, 2010 12:11 pm

Any artists out there have any updates? :)
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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by Paintbrushturkey » Mon Jan 18, 2010 1:02 pm

getting there, the basic shape is done now to detailing :-)

it would have been much easier actually having a copy of the thing to sculpt it on but well....
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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by MagickalMemories » Mon Jan 18, 2010 10:48 pm

Paintbrushturkey wrote:getting there, the basic shape is done now to detailing :-)

it would have been much easier actually having a copy of the thing to sculpt it on but well....
You can.
For only $150 US, one of these rare beauties can be YOURS!

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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by Paintbrushturkey » Mon Jan 18, 2010 11:11 pm

and i thought trooper was the advertiser here :mrgreen:
When dealing with me the following applies:
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assembled = mint assembled miniature
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primed = single layer of primer, no obscurement of details
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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by TrooperPX » Tue Jan 19, 2010 5:24 pm

That's why I provided pics and specs... :) The neck mount can always be built up later, so just leave an area on the back of the head for me to work with.
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Re: Design-a-head-for-the-Titan… contest!

Post by Paintbrushturkey » Tue Jan 19, 2010 11:46 pm

good enough...
When dealing with me the following applies:
NIB = new in sealed blister
mint = new never stripped may or may not be in blister
assembled = mint assembled miniature
stripped = previously painted, may have minor paint residues
primed = single layer of primer, no obscurement of details
painted = may have one or multiple layers of paint, may be badly stripped with paint residues, pictures are best here
primed and painted minis are assumed to be assembled

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