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What kind of legal troubles I could get in if I use TDA base models for my own games?
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>>693231
Depends of how much money -or fame- you gain with those, and if the author gets decent legal representation.
If you make a $1000 bucks and the author gets some cheap working legal representation for $300 against Youtube to get his hands on some of that dough, and you LIVE in a country were your bank and legal system can shake you up for 'illegal' profits, you´ll have to fork up all your gains to the fella plus pay for the guys lawyers. Or Youtube might just remove your content and you will have only enough time to cash out the dough and hide somewhere, your choice. I know about people going to jail and losing servers for torrenting movies and TV shows, but using a 3rd party 3d model will only land you in trouble if you get famous - if youre going to make an animation for you 3 year little brother in facebook for free, you have no worries.
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>>693233
>making a 3d animation using anime girls for your 3year old little brother


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>""""""""""""""""normal""""""""""""""""""""""
>is more leg than person
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>>693241
>OMG
You're looking for giant plushies too!?
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>>693241
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>>693231
why don't you just use those unity anime models? they look pretty similar



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