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For those who remember it.. and those who don’t.
ahem.. now that I have your attention..
Have you ever wondered where you could get a set of poses which cover the “bits” but would still show off your awesome tattoo and your avatar?
Presenting the Diesel Works MoMo Set! This is a selection of beautiful poses made to show off your avatar without showing off too much of your avatar. After all.. who knows where LL will be going next with their Victorian era rules regarding nudity.
Get your copy of the set now and save 301L$ on the fat pack. Get a further 100L$ discount if you’re a Diesel Works group member.
Diesel Works: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Osa%20Menor/243/238/24
There’s a lot of copyright infringement in SL, theft of the arts is nothing new online — those of us who make a living in the arts get rather accustomed to seeing our work used with no credit given, no permission for such use requested, and no monetary payments given.
LL does not have the manpower to police SL. They can hardly keep up with all the copy-botting taking place within SL, much less the copyright infringement of artwork stolen from the internet at large.
I stopped into a furniture shop I saw blogged in another blog. I’m not saying the name of the blog since I respect this blogger, and it’s really not her fault the shop had pirated art in the shop she had blogged, she probably didn’t even recognised the artwork as stolen. The blogger had blogged some dollarbie items, and they were really nice. Well, when I stopped in and looked around I saw a lot of artwork from an assortment of very well known fantasy artists adorning the walls.. and all for sale. None of the correct titles were used, and the artists were not credited.. so I doubt the shopowner was selling these pieces with the knowledge and blessings of the artists.
My personal policy is this: If you utilise stolen artwork in your shop, I will not blog your shop.
There is the coolest RL/SL project you can participate in: The Traveling Prim Project.
Linkage below.. have fun!