(Apologies if this is already covered, I did search). So most people photograph their dolls to share with the doll community and a lot of people draw their dolls or at least their dolls character or make graphics and icons from photos of their doll. Now we all know that using another doll owners photograph without credit is wrong, but how important do you think it is to credit the doll (and it's accessories) manufacturer? Especially given that doll photos don't have much exposure outside the doll community. I'm a fine artist with a very post modern 'magpie' approach to using found images. A lot of my source material comes from the internet or magazines and because with fine art theres a sort of tacit understanding you dont need to credit visual sources. I could use a copyrighted logo (like the Cambells soup tin for example) and get away with it in a way I couldnt for, say, commercial illustration. I'm sure most DoAers are familiar with the case of Mijn Schatje stealing company and owner doll photos and using them in commercial illustration. Do you ever worry that your own doll-inspired creativity could be seen in the same light? When do owner pics stop being personal snapshots and start to risk infringing the doll sculptor's intellectual copyright?