Nocturna Models

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I also noticed the similarities between these two models. I didn't know the artwork though...

How silly or unfair can one be to rip artwork like this and hope it goes unnoticed? :think:
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Nameless wrote:the first one (JoeK Minis) didn't have rights but made an agreement afterwards. Mini is not sold anymore, I believe.
Perhaps Nocturna obtained permission prior to releasing this model?
Seriously? If they had rights, they would name it Elric and gave him a proper paintjob.
My hopes are low as this company already did that to Raistlin from Dragonlance.
I can't stand the complaining "Uuuu, ohh, we are a niche market, licensce would kill us".

Mentioned JoeK did a super cool model in a co-op with the comic book artist. Knight Models got Marvel and Lucas licenses.
If this can be done, there is no explanation whatsoever.
Unless I see that this is a licensed product I will not participate is an illegal action. It's like buying a car that you know was stolen.
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Morf wrote: Seriously? If they had rights, they would name it Elric and gave him a proper paintjob.
good point
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Andrea avoides licenses like this too by giving them different names. Guess it's a loophole
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Morf wrote:Seriously? If they had rights, they would name it Elric and gave him a proper paintjob.
ToMaZ wrote:Andrea avoides licenses like this too by giving them different names.
two good points :!:
Morf wrote:My hopes are low as this company already did that to Raistlin from Dragonlance.
haven't seen this one. gotta check it...

EDIT: I saw "The Sorcerer" now. They also have Conan a.k.a. "The Usurper" :lol:
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I really like most of their releases, they are detailed and just interesting. Perhaps it's the way they've presented the models which make a big difference?
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the piper is great
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It's Jethro Tull!!
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you're right! :doh:
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