Saturday, September 26, 2009



Copyright are for copycats but we all copy ideas so how much can we call our own?


chrome3d said...


Robert A Vollrath said...

I'm getting ready for a public reading of a short movie script and I began to think how silly USA copyright laws are. Glad you added something to my Copyfun.

horse and moon said...

smiling here :)

Robert A Vollrath said...

I do feel like I'm part of a country that leads the world in silly laws.
Glad to give you a smile.

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

Had a visit to London with my pal Sandra and amongst others saw the Turner Exhibition at Tate Britain. Well, thats certainly an old/new slant on copyright. There were the Canalettos, Rembrandts etc alongside Turner's copied versions!!! By the way he could not draw - his figures and trees were pathetic. No wonder he turned to painting light!!!
Amazing you were lead to see your movie being shown. The next one will have a great celebrity preview and you'll arrive in a stretch limo!!!!

Robert A Vollrath said...

I think I'm no longer linked to the spirit world and then I arrive at a movie just as it begins. A movie I was cheated out of credit till I removed my name from the project.

Last night I was at a film festival where I saw two movies I worked on.

Today I'm sick with the flu and missed working on another movie project.

When I'm too sick to do anything else I work on paintings and my graphic novels.

I think I'll paint some more roses on Rose Pearl:)