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(I am also 100% Not An Attorney.) But its conceivable up to a point that nothing might be really amiss here. Its possible that the artists targeted by Sad But True licensed their borrowed artistic elements from the original creators in fully legal fashion, or that they asked to and the creators said they didnt mind uncredited reuse. Its even possible that these artists were, to a man and incident, transparent with their clients about the appropriative nature of the cover art they had delivered. But I doubt it. (And I saw at least one musician whose band appeared on Sad But True publicly expressing surprise that Landau had lifted pieces of outside work for the cover in question.) Another likely defense that these artists might offer is that their appropriations are protected under the fair use doctrine, which protects reuse of original copyrighted material in such contexts as academia and critical writing. Fair use also protects parody; some examples on Sad But True, such as Landaus Conan knockoff, could also be defensible on these grounds. Sad but Trues founder argues otherwise: Where it gets into a bit of plagiarism is that its clear that the Conan artwork was cut from the original source and then pasted into the digital file for alteration. If you are going to cut and paste from a source, there must be more alteration that simply painting over the piece. If the artist had just painted it himself, there would be many anatomical and detail variations and it would easily fall under the category of inspired by.' All of this said, building airtight legal cases isnt the blogs purpose, and its creator says he doesnt expect or even really want to see these artists suffer legal consequences. Hes more interested in exposing their basic sneakiness: There are issues of legality here, sure.

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