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Customized vs. Custom

March 8 2012 at 10:33 AM
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Our stock characters can be customized anyway you want. "Customizing" our stock characters is always non-exclusive (you can't be the only one that can get an orange colored cockatoo for example). It also doesn't change the copyrights to the characters, they remain Axtell copyrights.

Here is an examples of a customized stock puppet (different color of the platypus) ...

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Customizing can also be a "mash up" of a few different characters put together, same thing goes they are non-exclusive (others can buy it that way too) and it remains Axtell copyrights.

Here is an example of a "Mash up" drawn by Doodles of a Duck head on a Dino body...

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Exclusive Custom Puppets give you 100% ownership of the copyrights. They are expensive because we must load all the development costs; drawings, sculpture, pattern development, molds, prototypes, modifications & rights into the one of a kind puppet. These are made to order for you only. Here is examples of Exclusive custom puppet of Shaq:

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This message has been edited by axtell from IP address on Mar 8, 2012 10:36 AM

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