When We Are Forgotten, page 5-6

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When We Are Forgotten - page 05


When We Are Forgotten - page 06


8 Responses to “When We Are Forgotten, page 5-6”

  1. Hi…

    Thx for putting your art on display on your blog.
    But I have a question.. do you really want to reserver all your rights?

    Have you heard of the Creative Commons? (http://creativecommons.org/) They have a bunch of licenses which allows other people some rights.
    For example the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 license has this properties:
    Users are free:
    * to Share — to copy, distribute and transmit the work
    Under the following conditions:
    * Attribution. You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work).
    * Noncommercial. You may not use this work for commercial purposes.
    * No Derivative Works. You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work.

    This would allow other people to spread your works. But they can’t make money but make you more famous… Which would be a good thing for an artist I think…

    Do you think this is a good idea or do you have objections?

  2. sorry… here you can find my mentioned license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/dk/deed.en

  3. You’re welcome, thanks for dropping by.

    Yes I have heard and read about the CC initiative. And it sounds pretty good too, but still haven’t made up my mind on whether to use it for licensing yet.

    “None of the content may be copied, distributed, or altered in any way without the prior written permission of Bjørn Birk Hansen/Biyang Hansen.”

    – In effect this does the same thing, with the exception that people will have to ask me before publishing any material. I sure would be open to have my graphics featured on other (non-commercial) sites, but for now, I will retain the right to judge in the specific situation.

    Still, thanks a lot for the info and know that I am giving this matter much thought.

  4. Interesting work. The layout is very well done, reminds me a bit of Ben Templesmith’s work.

    I might suggest working a little info about the narrator into the story. Six pages in and we don’t know anything about him (or her), not even any real hint to his personality.

  5. Thanks K. I might have read one of Ben Templesmith’s books once, though I can’t really remember. I’ll be sure to check him out.
    And as for the narrator of this story, you are very right, we don’t really get any information about him. However that is a decision I made when writing it – he is everybody and nobody. Just one who happened to survive what others didn’t.
    But I will keep your suggestion in mind for future stories.

    Thanks again for commenting,
    – Biyang.

  6. i just tried to email a friend and i found this message instead:

    “Unknown database ‘blinklis_mylist'” 😦

    do you think you should test again if everything is alright?

  7. Weird! I just tested it again now and it seems to work perfect for me. Would you mind trying again and let me know if it works? Maybe it was just a glitch in blinklist’s server database.

  8. i just used the blinklist email! haven’t checked my mailbox yet. i’ll keep my fingers crossed!

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