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Boku no Hero Academia - All Might - All For One - HQS (Tsume)Boku no Hero Academia - All Might - All For One - HQS (Tsume)

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Limited to 1600 pieces for 499,00 Euros
Orders available via Tsume Shop

Release schedule 2nd semestre 2020

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Iskana (Il y a 2 mois) #52219890I looked... and the original art seems to be replaced with the prototype of the figure... so the original 3D art is no longer available, unless you visit third party sites like Pinterest.
So our speculations were partially right.
well if you read it, he basically made it out that he was working with them on it, and the fact that he removed his original all trace of his original design proves it. Like some mentioned before, they are basically trying to claim that it's made up by them.
Il y a 2 mois
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A7xMad (Il y a 2 mois) #50621072none of those speculations turned out to be true, take a look at the artist's page

I looked... and the original art seems to be replaced with the prototype of the figure... so the original 3D art is no longer available, unless you visit third party sites like Pinterest.
So our speculations were partially right.
Il y a 2 mois
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Ugh, whyyyyyyyy, Wish I could get!
Il y a 2 mois
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wow, people are already selling their pre-orders, some for crazy prices too...
Il y a 2 mois
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Iskana (Il y a 3 mois) #49359692Think so too, maybe even the changed concept art for the final product. none of those speculations turned out to be true, take a look at the artist's page
Il y a 2 mois
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TazF1Ferrari1 (Il y a 3 mois) #49096668crazy sold out in under 24 hours

- (German)
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Stacycmc (Il y a 3 mois) #49283675Voir le spoilerCacher le spoilerI'll bet that later on he may have images back up for display on his page. Since this just got revealed by Tsume and only very recently went up for PO, they probably just asked he remove them for now, until everything is finalized and approved by licencors, etc...

Think so too, maybe even the changed concept art for the final product.
Il y a 3 mois
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Iskana (Il y a 3 mois) #49265502Voir le spoilerCacher le spoilerYeah, I was thinking something along those lines.
It seems to be kinda standard to do things that way if you work with art as a freelancer or similar.
I'm just surprised that people are surprised he removed his designs, after he sold it. It's not like they tried to erase him either, because he's clearly listed on Tsume as being being the Concept artist, and part of the 3D Sculptor group.

I'll bet that later on he may have images back up for display on his page. Since this just got revealed by Tsume and only very recently went up for PO, they probably just asked he remove them for now, until everything is finalized and approved by licencors, etc...
Il y a 3 mois
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Stacycmc (Il y a 3 mois) #49258223Voir le spoilerCacher le spoilerThey likely asked that he remove it, so that it could be shared when they were ready to share it versus the design being available on his site the whole time. It's hard to plan a big reveal if all the detail is already sitting out on the artists Artstation page.
It can go both ways, the artist is commissioned to do something for the company, in which case they began their work on it after agreeing, and wouldn't have the right to share the design/progress until the company agrees to release the images. Or the company buys rights to an existing design from the artist, in which case they will likely have the artist pull the design off their portfolio or pages if it's already up, until they are ready to share it and release their official images.


Yeah, I was thinking something along those lines.
It seems to be kinda standard to do things that way if you work with art as a freelancer or similar.
I'm just surprised that people are surprised he removed his designs, after he sold it. It's not like they tried to erase him either, because he's clearly listed on Tsume as being being the Concept artist, and part of the 3D Sculptor group.
Il y a 3 mois
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Iskana (Il y a 3 mois) #49053329Voir le spoilerCacher le spoilerCorrect me if I'm wrong, but I think it might be because of the copyright?
If they bought the rights to the 3D model, the artist may have removed it because the copyright to the design changed owners, and therefore isn't part of his line up anymore, or in order to not cause any confusion the artist decided to remove it in case someone wanted to buy the design for themselves, since the design now also belongs to Tsume.
They didn't just acquire some basic assets of the figure afterall, the entire design is, besides a few changes, identical to the original concept art.
And I'm not sure, but if the artist were to still sell their original design, it might clash with Tsume's sales/license.
Honestly not sure, but that's what I think might have happened, since I think it'd make sense.

They likely asked that he remove it, so that it could be shared when they were ready to share it versus the design being available on his site the whole time. It's hard to plan a big reveal if all the detail is already sitting out on the artists Artstation page.

It can go both ways, the artist is commissioned to do something for the company, in which case they began their work on it after agreeing, and wouldn't have the right to share the design/progress until the company agrees to release the images. Or the company buys rights to an existing design from the artist, in which case they will likely have the artist pull the design off their portfolio or pages if it's already up, until they are ready to share it and release their official images.
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