So i dont know, just gave you all i had, good luck!
One at a time lads, not all together
I would sudgest a link to the original image, even if it is copyright free. Also try avoiding images that are familiar and well known. For example, if you see a photo of Tom Hanks in Forest Gamp, even if you see him sitted from the back, you will understand who he is and from which film. I don’t know if this is your case, but in any ways try to avoid images that are not yours, by giving the original photo location.
I also think that this particular matter has to do with each reviewer individualy, copyright restrictions are a bit chaotic for each photo, so i guess it’s all up to the reviewer as well.
Below i give you an example of the answer i got for a more or less similar question i made recently:
No one on the Help Team is an expert on the many rules applied to copyright protection. Quickly reading through the link you supplied, I would think it would be fine to incorporate the image and others from the – Link removed – into your work.
One thing to be aware of is this general rule - All works published in the United States before 1923 are in the public domain. Works published after 1922, but before 1978 are protected for 95 years from the date of publication. If the work was created, but not published, before 1978, the copyright lasts for the life of the author plus 70 years.
Lastly, our reviewers can normally tell if something is violating copyright rules. When you submit your work explain your concerns and add the links in the “Message to Reviewer” . If they approve it you are good to go
So its a bit of a gamble and risk you will have to take
Heya all, my computer is starting to fall apart, i was wondering if you can recommend any desktop pc so i can upgrade my personal vanity ? I lost track of the new hardware, as always. Too many this and thats, do’s and dont’s. Perhaps you can help!
P.S I am willing to pay more or less 1200 euros, ex. the monitor, what i have atm is quite fine
Thanks in advance T
I personaly think it has to do with the line/stroke weight and amount of details around the eyes and nose.
If i would have to use the logo as a client, i would probably face some difficulties in small sizes. Perhaps cut off some level of detail would do the trick.
I am still not sure if that’s the reason though. In any case, never give up, your items have a great personality, and it is only a matter of time to be accepted in a new category.
Wish all the best
Thank you Sherman, i am very grateful! I will not let you down
Again, a big thanks, and Great job to all who where interested!
Hello there, thanks for the opportunity. Good luck all!