Hey guys, I just wanted to know if we have the rights to publish the default illustrations in Character Animator for a uni assignment? More specifically, I used the 'Sticky' and 'Tully' puppets for my video and wanted to know if we have the rights to share it? Thanks,
I am not from adobe so cannot give you permission, but i recall a previous similar question where the answer was you can use the puppets freely for your own work in any way, just not claim the puppets are your creation (adobe retains copyright of the puppets and artwork). Student projects should be completely fine.
Would you have any idea where to find this information in the licensing? I have looked everywhere and my lecturer is requesting that I show where the licensing states it. Thanks for the reply
Sorry, no - but i found this post form an adobe community professional saying they can be used... https://community.adobe.com/t5/character-animator/can-i-use-adobe-puppets-of-character-animator-in-m...
https://okaysamurai.com/puppets/ on the front page says the puppets there can be used (he works at adobe)