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i really want to do some unique stuff to some pendants i have seen in craft stores. i want to make them myself out of polymer then modify them into something completly diffrent. would it be wrong to take my molding ruber to the store and make molds without buying to piece. i havent done it yet but its really tempting

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7 replies since 4th October 2012 • Last reply 4th October 2012

I don't think they'd be too impressed if they caught you... Tongue Is there no way you can just take a photo (say, on your phone) and then sculpt it yourself based on that? It might be a more guilt-free way! Happy

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I don't think it's the worst thing you could do, but keep in mind that there are copyrights on a lot of designs, so there could be some bad consequences if you get caught making the mold and selling the pieces you made using the mold.

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Be very sneaky? :3

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I didn't think of copyright. I'm gunna have to say wrong

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ehhhh I think it's fine

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This probably isn't the worst thing you could do, but there's definitely a better way to approach the situation. I don't think the employees would be very pleased if they found you doing that. Plus there are copyrights on some pieces. I agree with Lauren that you probably shouldn't do this and should make some pieces out of sculpey or something instead of making a mold.

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thanks for your advice but i agree with a few of you guys and there is copy write and i wouldnt like it if someone copyed my work so im going to have to say wrong >.<

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