Fair Use is an interesting thing. I've been sharing little snippets of my 90s Video Game coloring book and got my first side-eye comment that it's obviously (it is) a coloring page from a screenshot of a video game. I was doing some digging on the web and found a really good article written by Northwestern University on the subject ( link ). Specifically they put together a coloring book (how serendipitous!) of work in their art collection. Columbia also has a good page on just explaining these four categories to consider ( link ). I decided to fill it out in the same way for what I'm doing with this 90s Video Game coloring book. 1. The Purpose and Character of the Use The coloring book is designed to celebrate and used as a teaching tool that showcases influential and relevant video games from the 1990s. The work itself is also transformed as the utility of the original work has changed substantially (i.e. a coloring page will not be confused with a video game nor be confu
Besides the regular deulge of chores, I was struck by some creativity when I watched my eldest stack a bunch of 2" x 2" wooden squares together to make a little building. I thought to myself, "what if I created a board like in the board game Labyrinth with 1/4" spaces between so you could create small-ish dungeons with these squares". Might have to give the prototype a go this weekend between decorating. A little bummed my ping pong card game doesn't show up until Monday, but that's okay! More time to work on a few other ideas.