Texture Written Consent

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Texture Written Consent

Post by Michael Timeless » Sat Jun 16, 2018 8:53 pm

Recently I ran across a texture that will be perfect for a project. The company that is displaying the texture uses it for sales of a real world project, but they are not a graphics company. I have written to the company to ask (beg) for copy, which they distribute freely to contractors. My question is will an email from the company work to establish that I have legitimate access to the texture? I have no plans now or ever to sell the build or the texture it is simply for my own private use?
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Re: Texture Written Consent

Post by Ilan Tochner » Sat Jun 16, 2018 9:05 pm

Hi Michael,

You need to ensure you get their written approval to use the texture in the ways you intend to use and/or distribute it. An email from a person of authority regarding that IP that clearly identifies the texture and that grants you permission to use it in all these ways is usually sufficient for such matters. Please note this is not legal advise, it's just advise that should help you avoid problems down the road.
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Re: Texture Written Consent

Post by Michael Timeless » Sun Jun 17, 2018 5:49 pm

Thanks I appreciate that. My friends always joke that, "I'm in my own little world," now they'll have proof. :D
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