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Old 05-26-2011, 06:20 PM   #45
ceramicat1
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I have a few questions that pertain to actual stamps. I do believe the rules for digital stamps would be different:

Does the copywrite belong to the original artwork the rubber stamp was created from? Is there a separate copywrite for the rubber stamp, which is a reverse image, sometimes altered from the original art work? Or is it a tool created by the owner of the original image with the implied consent that the tool can be used to create additional images of the rubber stamp. And after the image is stamped and colored, embossed or otherwise altered does it then become the copywrited work of the stamper? If I stamp several images from a stamp does each separate image gain its own copywrite upon my act of creation even if I do nothing further to it?
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