I've decided I'm gonig to participate in the 2nd annual Artists Against Piracy Day, on July 1, 2002 started by the Poser Forum Online (pfo). A week before it starts, I'm going to activate the block
with the banner and a link, but if you're curious here is the link.
You're prolly wondering why in the hell am I participating in an "Artists Against Piracy" day... Well, in case you haven't looked, I have a gallery and I DO NOT support piracy. Besides you prolly don't need to worry about the HIGHLY INSANE prices on 3d programs and models and unfortunately, I do because I BUY the stuff...I have seen many good people quit sharing thier models, products, etc for commercial usage. Morphworld is a good example, he got sick of people illegally using his morphs in commercial products, and he temporarily shut down his site. Itd back up now but you cannot use *any* of his stuff commercially, and were lucky he even re-opened his site. I never really understood the "Starving Artist" clich? until I got into the 3d community. Slave away to do good work then, get screwed... How would you feel?
I'm done ranting on this issue for now, but "Stop the theft, Work for your tools. Don't steal them."