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Re: Art Plagiarism
« Reply #15 on: December 19, 2013, 01:45:13 pm »
In Zimmerman's case, it's a dude who don't know d-ck about art or licensing images.

In Shia's case, from what I can tell, it seems to be crassness mixed in with pure idiocy.  I presume he was out of school before term papers and essays ever really entered the equation (he was a kid actor, you'll recall), so plagarism and citing sources isn't something he ever picked up on.  You have to figure with Shia's clout, he could have easily gotten in touch with Clowes and gotten to use the script.  I'm honestly not sure if that had ever occurred to him.

This is all reminding me of... what was his name, Greg Land?  The dude who traced a bunch of po r no images for his comics?  I remember when Sojourn came out and how I reacted to it, because nothing takes you out of a work of art like instantly recognizing its' reference material (this also happens in "The Ultimates 1" when we see Shannon Elizabeth in space), but tracing just made everything look flat and non-dynamic.


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