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Re: The Knight analogy->specifics
So, how much exactly do i need to change the "greg paul"
side-view pose so it's different enough that it's no longer
the greg-paul-brand-pose..? Is it enough to put the other
leg forward, i.e. left instead of right..? (or would that
be right instead of left?) And what about the black soft-
tissue silhouette? and so on.
Obviously, when restoring a dinosaur (or any vertebrate)
skeleton, one ought to do a lateral view, and having all
four feet planted on the ground is not desirable. I am
not talking about commercial art here; i'm talking about
restorations for academic papers.
--- On Fri, 3/18/11, Heinrich Mallison <email@example.com> wrote:
> You were not the first to use "your" pose. In your example
> you do not
> factor that in. And even then: Knight would not have had
> any copyright
> on the "Knight look". Especially not if he wrote scientific
> papers on ...
> On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 4:42 AM, <GSP1954@aol.com> wrote:
> > Let’s do a little historical thought analogy here.
> > Some have claimed that it is not right for me to
> civilly insist (see my 3/3
> > posting) that others not use my regular side view
> skeleton and life pose.