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Topic: POD friendly clip art and patterns
dec_orate_me Posted: Friday, October 18, 2019 12:56:01 PM
oh good, I hope you like them!

each pattern set includes digital paper along with a tile that is perfect for tiling on zazzle products

let me know if there are any certain patterns that you want and I'll see if I can make them
Topic: POD friendly clip art and patterns
dec_orate_me Posted: Friday, October 18, 2019 12:56:01 PM
oh good, I hope you like them!

each pattern set includes digital paper along with a tile that is perfect for tiling on zazzle products

let me know if there are any certain patterns that you want and I'll see if I can make them
Topic: POD friendly clip art and patterns
dec_orate_me Posted: Friday, October 18, 2019 8:10:07 AM
oh thank you connie!

I would love to see what you make at some point!


Topic: POD friendly clip art and patterns
dec_orate_me Posted: Friday, October 18, 2019 8:10:07 AM
oh thank you connie!

I would love to see what you make at some point!


Topic: Copyright Office
dec_orate_me Posted: Thursday, October 17, 2019 9:07:06 AM
Sharon Lee Hudson wrote:
The lawyer told me if the work is unpublished and you register with the Copyright Office, and you win in court, you can get all your fees taken care of. If it's published and you register, you have to prove you were in possession of the art before the person stole it and you don't get court costs paid for. She also said, you also have to register within 3 months of the creation of it.


that's not right, I've sued about five times now and every case settled before even going to court and each case was taken on contingency, I paid nothing until the case settled then they just took their share from the settlement

you do not have to register within 3 months of publication or creation to get the full benefit of registration - you just have to register before the infringement begins

here is the official info

"When registration is made prior to infringement or within three months after publication of a work, a copyright owner is eligible for statutory damages, attorneys’ fees, and costs. https://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ01.pdf"