Naolito wrote:In my case, I always disable the sale of a print when I submit it to the derby or is picked as a daily (fixed the ghost writer one, thanks for the notice).
Talking about being for sale before it goes on woot, I've never hidden to woot the fact they are on s6, even I think I've used some links to s6 in designs submissions, and they never told me nothing about it, so I always assumed that there was no problem with it...
Let me be clear, I dig the design first and for most. But the terms and conditions and from what I've heard previously from other artists is that the design can not be sold anywhere else in any form previously to be considered at woot. So if one copy of the design sold as a print or on shirt elsewhere it would be considered disqualified. I had discussed this 2 weeks ago with the cat derby when I was considering entering a design I just created and placed on redbubble for sale and was advised because it was sold that it could not be entered in the derby and disqualified from competing.
The T&C kind makes it clear how woot has exclusive rights to the design in any form including the Ghost Writer design.
"7. Grant Of Rights. Artist grants Woot the exclusive, perpetual, irrevocable, world-wide, right and license to use, reproduce, print, publish, publicly display, transmit, market, sell, distribute, and sublicense the Artwork in all forms and media now known or hereafter developed. Woot may make or authorize non-substantive changes to the Artwork to prepare it for production use.
8. Non-competition. Artist shall not use the Artwork in any manner with the sole exception that Artist may display or incorporate the Artwork in a personal portfolio or collection for promotional purposes related to Artist’s work."
But maybe woot can chime in to clarify this point further and not leave it up speculation.