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Discussion in 'Tes Authors' Group' started by NannyMaureen, Mar 19, 2016.

  1. NannyMaureen

    NannyMaureen New commenter

    Hi,
    ( new user) Can anyone advise me on the use of images off the Internet and not get in trouble with copyright?
    I have hand drawn my own versions of cartoons to create a new image. Is this an infringement or can I now claim as my own?
    Also, I have seen cartoon images from the internet being used with resources. How can you do this? Thanking you in advance
    Mo
     
  2. marlin

    marlin Star commenter

    Have look at the FAQs here @NannyMaureen . Come back and ask if there's anything you still need to know.
     
  3. thinkypublishing

    thinkypublishing Occasional commenter

    Some people pay for clipart (you need to check the license allows commercial use).

    If you're happy drawing your own images I'd say that's your best option as all the other options have complications of one kind or another.
     
  4. languageisheartosay

    languageisheartosay Occasional commenter

    However if it's a clear copy of someone else's work then it's not overly ethical and could be open to a challenge if they see it!!! E.g. it would be very unwise to copy Disney characters, or well-known cartoon characters/toys etc.
     
  5. thinkypublishing

    thinkypublishing Occasional commenter

    Of course, though breaking copyright law might be a greater concern than the ethics. When I say your your own - that's what I meant - as in draw your own, not somebody else's.
     

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