In love with medieval stained glass as I am, a site I often visit is Milly Frances’ everything stained glass. Milly’s European background is impressive & I find great tutorials for modern work as well as great pictures of historical works.
You can see Milly’s portfolio at striking glass. I love this work of art [above right] with the shark in the background — this is double panels of glass & would be amazing to walk through.
In her research, Milly found this delightful video which educates us [on many levels, hee hee] on the basic points we, as creative artists that may wish to earn money using a wide range of materials [such as this Cinderella© graphic], absolutely need to know.
And, if you are any kind of Disney© fan, you simply HAVE to watch this! Again, notice all the ©s?
Wasn’t that just delightful?
I love their use of one, or very few, word snippets to create sentences that plainly spell it all out.
And who would have thought Disney© would be such a meany? But then, . . . it is their work, isn’t it? A very complex issue but we, as creative artists, must be aware of these things — copyright, fair use & public domain.
One of the points mentioned as “fair use” was the amount of material that is used — thus the short clips. Then they listed these as valid reason categories:
- News Reporting
- Parody; and
- Critical Comment
I think you could say they covered all those quite well but I would classify this as ‘Critical Comment’. What do you think?
Thanks so much for your opinion.
I hope you all enjoyed this delightful video — I sure did! 😎
Functional glass & wood art on Vancouver Isle
Milly Frances’ work is from her site at striking glass
Cinderalla© graphic is copyrighted by Disney@ & I found this graphic on Bing