Stolen Orhadar File?

Sourdoh

Sr Member
Unfortunately a lot of people don't mind dealing with scumbags to get a much better price without much quality impact. It is happening with every type of thing. GoPro style cameras are made for pennies in China and sold by multiple vendors on ebay, And there is nothing anyone can do about it because the Chinese government is in cahoots with the makers there. To be honest, most people give lip service to being outraged at re-cast/re-prints, but in the final analysis they buy the cheapest thing they can find that has the quality that meets their needs. Hypocrisy is only bad if someone else is doing it ...
 

Peachpanda

Jr Member
Unfortunately a lot of people don't mind dealing with scumbags to get a much better price without much quality impact. It is happening with every type of thing. GoPro style cameras are made for pennies in China and sold by multiple vendors on ebay, And there is nothing anyone can do about it because the Chinese government is in cahoots with the makers there. To be honest, most people give lip service to being outraged at re-cast/re-prints, but in the final analysis they buy the cheapest thing they can find that has the quality that meets their needs. Hypocrisy is only bad if someone else is doing it ...
Well said.

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Unfortunately a lot of people don't mind dealing with scumbags to get a much better price without much quality impact. It is happening with every type of thing. GoPro style cameras are made for pennies in China and sold by multiple vendors on ebay, And there is nothing anyone can do about it because the Chinese government is in cahoots with the makers there. To be honest, most people give lip service to being outraged at re-cast/re-prints, but in the final analysis they buy the cheapest thing they can find that has the quality that meets their needs. Hypocrisy is only bad if someone else is doing it ...
Well said.
 
Not trying to sound smart here, so what do you gain by being Sherlock?
When this type of theft occurs, the artisans (Orhadar, TJack, etc.) who put in all the work have no recourse beyond pressure from the community at large. But the community might unwittingly support the thieves if they lack the knowledge of who's stealing and who's not. So these type of threads have a role to play.

Admittedly, it's an ethically gray area. None of us own the intellectual property/copyright of whatever we happen to make, so legally there's no recourse. But what separates the recasters/pattern thieves from the creators here is that the latter are playing an invaluable role--they put in lots of work, time, and talent to provide quality products that the actual intellectual property holders made a conscious decision not to provide or license. Go out there and try to find an official/licensed Spidey faceshell--you can't. Try to buy a Spidey costume pattern from Marvel...can't do that, either. In the end, everyone (even Marvel) benefits when the fandom is strengthened. All the cosplayers at conventions are free publicity for Marvel and help to generate hype.
 

orhadar

Active Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
They have contacted me back, and it appears we now have the same agreement I have with zentai zentai of which they link to my site and people have to send them the files.
is it the best solution? no, but it's defiantly better than before.
 

Peachpanda

Jr Member
They have contacted me back, and it appears we now have the same agreement I have with zentai zentai of which they link to my site and people have to send them the files.
is it the best solution? no, but it's defiantly better than before.
At least they're giving you credit now.
 

DeJaan13

Active Member
the sewing doesn't doesn't loo that good. I feel bad for people not giving orhader,tjack,etc enough credit for what THEY MADE.
 
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