#1 Edited by seintsu (36 posts) -

I came across this and it motivated me to make my very first thread post.

The Story

Any thoughts would be cool if this thread doesn't get deleted.

#2 Posted by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -
#3 Edited by Blu3V3nom07 (3790 posts) -

Yea alright, I see it. Interesting.

#4 Posted by The_Laughing_Man (13629 posts) -

Why is the person asking for help? Get a lawyer...

#5 Edited by FourWude (2245 posts) -

I've got an original copy of FF7 and so badly want to play it again on my old PS2... But the jaggies on my HDTV just won't allow me. The game is jaggerific. I'm afraid my eyes will be permanently shredded if I lasted till the end.

#6 Edited by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -
#7 Edited by Danteveli (1205 posts) -

Cool. That person can always claim that Disney ripped off her work. I wouldn't count on victory in the court but maybe she will get famous and sell some of the work or something like that.

#8 Edited by OfficeGamer (1086 posts) -

I hope he sues, makes a ton of money and single-handedly bankrupts Disney for ruining Star Wars games.

BANKRUPTS. THEM.

#9 Posted by Dagbiker (6978 posts) -
#10 Posted by Chibithor (573 posts) -

Doesn't she ask everyone to not spread this around in the following post?

Anyway, I think it's weird how she's so upset and disappointed with Disney. Blaming a corporation is one thing when it's big decisions made by those in charge (even then it's arguable), but here it's clearly the fault of the one person who ripped it and to a lesser extent the one(s) who let it go through. Probably should've done an image search or something.

#11 Posted by Dagbiker (6978 posts) -

Doesn't she ask everyone to not spread this around in the following post?

Anyway, I think it's weird how she's so upset and disappointed with Disney. Blaming a corporation is one thing when it's big decisions made by those in charge (even then it's arguable), but here it's clearly the fault of the one person who ripped it and to a lesser extent the one(s) who let it go through. Probably should've done an image search or something.

Working in graphic design, I can say it is also the atmosphere a lot of times it is just faster and easier to use someone elses work then to make it your self. And if your boss is under pressure, then you are under pressure, and sometimes they will tell you to do a google search and "just use that image."

#12 Edited by audioBusting (1649 posts) -

@chibithor said:

Doesn't she ask everyone to not spread this around in the following post?

Anyway, I think it's weird how she's so upset and disappointed with Disney. Blaming a corporation is one thing when it's big decisions made by those in charge (even then it's arguable), but here it's clearly the fault of the one person who ripped it and to a lesser extent the one(s) who let it go through. Probably should've done an image search or something.

Wouldn't it be Disney's responsibility if their employees screwed up, though? Their employees are a part of the corporate. That aside, it's not like she knows who in Disney did it and she's probably upset that somebody's selling her art without her knowing, and she did mention in the newer posts that she's trying to contact Disney about it so let's cut her some slack.

#13 Edited by zenmastah (993 posts) -

For shame Disney, for shame.

#14 Edited by OllyOxenFree (4988 posts) -

@dagbiker said:

@chibithor said:

Doesn't she ask everyone to not spread this around in the following post?

Anyway, I think it's weird how she's so upset and disappointed with Disney. Blaming a corporation is one thing when it's big decisions made by those in charge (even then it's arguable), but here it's clearly the fault of the one person who ripped it and to a lesser extent the one(s) who let it go through. Probably should've done an image search or something.

Working in graphic design, I can say it is also the atmosphere a lot of times it is just faster and easier to use someone elses work then to make it your self. And if your boss is under pressure, then you are under pressure, and sometimes they will tell you to do a google search and "just use that image."

Ain't that some shit. I hope she takes legal action though. It is, from what I can see, her exact work on that Alice in Wonderland bag.

#15 Posted by believer258 (12205 posts) -

Kimba the White Lion has already been mentioned.