salko007 wrote:So you can use our examples in your school?
salko007 wrote:No, I do not think that intellectual property should be shared based on your wish to have successful school.(not just yours, all other institutions do the same thing photocopying books of others and then selling it to the students as their own learning tool without PAYING the artists or authors)
Or to use examples on the website, or in a school without written permission of the artist.
To have teacher using someones work examples for free while you were making money
that is wrong.
At least find a teacher with layout experience that can teach a students key layout design,or a layout with his own examples.I do not think that internet or a library is the place where everything is free for all.
I would like to see some of the schools being on the court based on this issue.
At least in a USA you can take to court anybody, for any amount of money,don't you?
You should learn,that nothing is free in life, unfortunately
emceeONE wrote:salko007 wrote:So you can use our examples in your school?
uh, so what?
If you don't want your work to be used or public sites you use as reference being used, that's your call.
He's stated his intention, but when instructing students, would you not say it's better to show them great works of art from the masters?
When you learned to draw, did you not study artists other than your teacher? Did your instructor only force you to learn from his or her own work?
Would you rather he follow the Chris Hart way?
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