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What on god's green flat earth..?

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I know it's for a necessity of medical bills, but would someone actually pay 5k for someone else's character? http://www.furaffinity.net/view/35003907/

It just seems like a lot to pay for a character with a ton of baggage attached, as opposed to at max, 200$ for a ref sheet of something new and original.

I guess Tartii is banking on her popularity to drive up the price, which makes it seem more than a bit exploitative.


Then again, some time back, Muzz sold her character for something around 10k USD (and promptly made the same character again, with a colour swap, lol.)

Technically in the legal world if the designs are too similar between it and others, it will be thrown out of court.
You cannot just say "do not use" and expect people to loose their rights to fair design.
Same goes for music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfXn_ecH5Rw

>>59568
What does that have to do with selling characters for the price of a car..?

>>59612
You can't "sell" a character in most modern "donut steel" cases. The price just makes the situation even more absurd.

Lol, it's now up to 8k...

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