How to contract Graphic design / composer / programmer

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Post » Sun Mar 23, 2014 8:10 pm

katzin wrote:Now i have access, i read it.

So the company pays to the client for elements and the client still have the permission to use it for his own?

Someone already used this template, it works?

Someone had problems with the company or the client? what happend?



Depends. He has the right to use his art in his portfolio for instance. But if it's exclusive art (and in most of cases it is) he cannot use it in a different project.
At your level of production it works, i mean if you have the money go a lawyer. If not this contract will be fine.

Many people had problems yep. But many of them haven't had them. Once again, at your level you will lose more money suing someone especially if they are freelancers or low revenue profile persons.

For me those kind of contrats are, you know. Like a good hand shaking. And can work only if the 2 parties are in the same country. If i'm in belgium and you are in US bouahahah you can always try to get me. It will const you thousands of dollars.
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Post » Mon Mar 24, 2014 12:28 am

So you recomend if i have money to go for a lawyer and if it is possible to try contract someone of the same country.

There is a way to contract someone for some art and have all the rights of that art and he can't use it for other game / whatever to use it or to sell it to other people / company?

I know im thinking too much but... if i won lot of money and this artist want to use it to won money could be a problem.
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Post » Mon Mar 24, 2014 3:02 pm

Yes there is a way to do so. What you will write in the agreement matters. That's called exclusive licence.
If you won lots of money and paid the artist once as you both agreed he can't do anything. Unless it's profit share, then you will have to pay him the accorded percentage.

If he uses the art in other commercial projects and not in his portfolio only you will write a letter of formal notice and then use cease and desist action if he does not obey.
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