October 12, 2011

Paintings by Ruth Ivette

Download at Ruth Ivette Creations

11 comments:

  1. I would love to suck on Cuzco's small uncut cock.

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  2. Love the sexy disney ones.

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  3. Holy woah that left me a bit breathless. o.o *fans self*

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  4. YES! I'm so downloading those Disney paintings!

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  5. Did the creator actually get permission for these? If so, good on them, but I somehow doubt it.

    It always amazes me how protective Sims creators are of their work(requiring registration for free items and then having huge usage rules) and yet they think anything online is free for them to use how they want.

    At least be polite enough to give credit to the artists you're ripping off! David Kawena did those Disney ones. Great artist.

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  6. ^Credit? Fair enough. But permission? Get real. Like car creators get permission from BMW before creating a car? Like creators get permission from Pottery Barn or Ikea before creating objects? And what ripoff? You're suggesting she is claiming to have created the artwork herself? And what? Called it "sexy DISNEY" to cover her tracks?

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  7. So all the disney men are hung.. imagine that.

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  8. There's a big difference between re-creating a car in a virtual setting and blatantly ripping off the artwork of someone. That person didn't actually 'create' anything in order to make that, they stole it. That's copyright infringement in its purest form.

    Besides, when someone makes a BMW car, they title it as a BMW. That's called credit.

    And Disney is not the creator of those images they are the creator of the characters, which David gives credit to; David Kawena is the artist of those particular images.

    Learn to read you obnoxious troll.

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  9. Oh, and she slapped her name on it, without putting the artists' names on them. That's claiming it as her own.

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  10. ^^Heelloo...

    Credit is not in dispute. That's what "Credit? Fair enough" means. Credit to the artist should have been provided though I expect David Kawena having barely survived the ordeal will get his crack team of lawyers on it right away. The only bone of contention here is getting *permission*. NO ONE gets permission from ANYONE before creating ANYTHING for the Sims including the hundreds of other paintings available on numerous sites. As for "that person didn't actually 'create' anything in order to make that"...in most cases...duh...in other cases, because some creators DO create their own art; we ask. She didn't slap her name on the artwork by claiming to have painted it. She slapped her name on the Sims content she created. Perhaps because she thought it was obvious. To everyone but you.

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