@rachy hey!!!! Congrats on honorable mentions! I told you it was awesome! It’s hard for me to not see you in at least second. Fist in my book! Good stuff, much love, and God bless!
My name is Frank. I am a christian, husband, father of four, and as of March 2018 an invested artist/illustrator. I have always drawn and highly enjoyed creating but now i am actively trying to grow artistically. Thank you for trying to understand me more. I pray you have a great day! Much love and God Bless!
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RE: What makes your character your character?
@davidhohn In my best ability i think i would have to give an example.
Right now if I share my personal character with you. I consider it mine because i created it but is that good enough to counter another who tries to claim it? Could they not take my character and say it was theirs? Or because i have a timestamp proof of my created character before my post; that there will be enough to set them straight.
My question is what all do I need to do to have full ownership of my character? I ignorantly think that physical proof (drawing) is good enough but my definition of physical proof may be different than a court's.
My second questions falls under working with a writer. If the writer says, "I envision a venom + sabre tooth mix named trickiest of shots (haha)." I turn around and create it. Is it the writer's character or mine?
I'm just trying to prepare for the future.
What makes your character your character?
What all goes into owning your own character?
[a] I am speaking after the creative process!
Would it be a timestamp photo or print?
Is it a more technical and legal process?
[b] during the creative process what if the writer says i want a mixture of characters
And the illustratior creates it.
Who owns it?