TerradorablyfyingIt's from The Far Side, so Gary Larson wouldn't want it used even if it was Fair Use. Like most Far Side things, though, it's a single-panel comic so a copyright violation. I'm zapping it – we'll need replacement suggestions. They shouldn't be too hard to get, since the concept is widespread; we even have a poster of it at my school.
edited 11th Mar '12 3:08:14 AM by Telcontar
this link.◊ We can use those without worrying about copyright, correct?
I was the one who chose the Far Side comic as the page image. I chose it because it illustrated the matter perfectly, and was unaware it violated anything. Just for the record, that image is referenced twice in the examples section.
TerradorablyfyingI can only find one reference, which is gone now; the example works without it. Could you change the other? I've no idea; the image has a ©, and if it's the whole thing then we'll have to talk to the artist. It's a good image.
You'll kick yourself. It was on the same line as the link to the image 127 pointed out.
edited 12th Mar '12 1:32:06 AM by rodneyAnonymous
Becky: Who are you? The Mysterious Stranger: An angel.
Huck: What's your name? The Mysterious Stranger: Satan.
TerradorablyfyingI know; however, when the example says "such and such, see page image" then the latter part makes no sense without the image there. The "such and such" bit can stay fine.
Post 2 - we'd need permission from the artist since it's a one panel comic.
Ravenous SophovoreWe could potentially do a four frame from this animation, using the "try pulling" frame as the last.
Waiting on a TRS slot? Finishing off one of these cleaning efforts will usually open one up.
Anime-tedClock's up; locking for inactivity/lack of consensus. No further action is to be taken based on this thread.
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