Post your AOPs here.

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Kered
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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We seem to have gotten OT here. I guess if Andy put the presets up they were effectively in the public domain. I doubt he would have any objections to them being replaced here.
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Brecker
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I agree with Kered. Once up -- always approved for being up -- unless the AOP developer expresses his/her desire that the AOP is no longer available for forum member use.

lylejk
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Post by lylejk »

I'm all about public domain. Can't speak for Andy or anyone else, but should any of my AOPs that I choose to share here for whatever reason disappear, anyone who happens to have the AOP preset can feel free to share them with whoever they want too. I wouldn't have gone to the trouble of uploading them and sharing the link if I wanted them to no longer be shared. :)

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My take on that is the same - there's a difference between pulling an aop apart and claiming parts are yours (or not giving credit for parts used), and just re-uploading an aop that's gone missing.

The former is just nasty, the latter is just helpful.

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If Andy's watercolor brushes were originally on DAP Cafe and have somehow been lost
then I cannot see a problem with them being put back on DAP Cafe as long as he is credited.

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Rocambole
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by Rocambole »

A quick search at the Internet Archive (also known as the Wayback Machine) proves that Andy's five Watercolor AOPs were posted at the DAP café from November 2009 to January 2010:
http://web.archive.org/web/201007061756 ... hance.com/ (click on the Impatient? link to speed up the process)
And now they are all gone. Has Andy himself for some unknown reason removed the AOPs?

jonayres57
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I guess this is what is confusing a lot of us

Post by jonayres57 »

DAP Cafe search finds nothing
DAP Cafe search finds nothing
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or I am using the wrong terms for the search?
or I am using the wrong terms for the search?
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I thought I had originally downloaded them from DAP Cafe, but the DAP Search turns up nothing, at least your way back link shows them. Maybe I should have tried the British spelling of Colours?
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by Rocambole »

Andy's Watercolour AOPs disappeared from DAP café some time after September 13th 2010 which is the last date DAP café was backed up at the Wayback Machine. The easiest way to find out what happened to them is probably to send Andy a PM and ask. If he removed them himself I don't think it is a good idea to upload them. But if he doesn't mind the Wayback machine will make it possible to put them back with the same examples and text as originally.

jonayres57
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I'm not going to reup them, I never felt comfortable doing it, but then I could not if I wanted to since they are sized larger than the limit.
JD

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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by andydansby »

Rocambole wrote:Andy's Watercolour AOPs disappeared from DAP café some time after September 13th 2010 which is the last date DAP café was backed up at the Wayback Machine. The easiest way to find out what happened to them is probably to send Andy a PM and ask. If he removed them himself I don't think it is a good idea to upload them. But if he doesn't mind the Wayback machine will make it possible to put them back with the same examples and text as originally.
Hi everyone. I took down most of the watercolor AOP's when they consistently got poor ratings. I figured that if they were not liked, then I did not do a good job with making it/testing. They are still on site along with some other silly AOP's I created.

I can re-enable the AOP's if they are in demand.

As for the public domain question, all of my AOP's are in the public domain, they are for everyone's enjoyment.\

Andy

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