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#1 2020-05-25 10:15

Using MMD Stages for NSFW purposes

Good Evening,

My first time using this forums, so Im sorry if I'm asking an already answered question.

Ive made a NSFW video to test a couple of effects, yet while writing the credits for the creators of the models, I notice that the stage has a rule to not use in R+18 works, I fell bad for not respecting the rules of the creator, so I thought on using a different stage, and some of you might already know how hard it is to make it as satisfactory as the original, so making some research I've seen other creators use the stages of the same creator for those same +18 purposes so I got the feeling that might be ok as long as I dont say where did it come from, buuuut... Guilt and Karma are bitches...

So please tell me, would that be wrong here in Iwara, would that be ok? Or is it better for me to just suck it up an start again?

2020-05-25 10:20

Also If you have any recomendations of stages free to use I would appreciate that

2020-05-25 13:42

its not wrong but I get you, I feel the same.
Its a common occurrence as people simply don't read the read me of the creators. In terms of what allowed on Iwara, so long as it doesn't break any rules follows the guidelines nearly anything is free game, regardless of the assets used and permissions associated.

Im no expert but I don't really see any1 getting called out for using assets recklessly.

2020-05-25 21:28

I know that feeling. Still, at most you'll get a few salty people who think they're the arbiters of rule enforcement. Outside of that, I don't think anyone really cares so long as you don't put things behind a pay wall.

2020-05-25 22:00

I wouldn´t really worry about that at all. Seriously, like 90 % or more of the content on the "Ecchi" side of Iwara is centered around TDA models. And guess what TDA prohibits: "Scenes [...] of sexual material". You would basically empty this website in a heartbeat if people seriously considered these rules. I think it´s a bit too late for that.

2020-05-26 14:20

Well, if you're worried about that, you'll stuck producing very limited content. Don't worry about any rules except iwara rules here. Maybe the worst is you'll get some hate comments but that's it.

2020-05-26 22:12

There are some rules you *absolutely* __need__ to follow.
You must not go faster than 299792458 meters per second.
You must have finite mass.
None of your constituent particles may not have an isospin other than 1/2 * Z (Z being in the set of integers.)
You cannot go back in time.
I would be really impressed if you managed to break any of these laws. The good news is pretty much anything else beyond these sorts of laws are fair game. Just be aware that in the USA and a few other places, people get really upset when they hear that other folks enjoy kinks that they don't have. They threw Max Hardcore in jail for 3 years for fisting a girl on video- even though that practice has been a mainstay of hardcore for like decades. Note: obscenity laws in the US don't define obscenity, so anything could be considered obscene. In Texas, owning a vibrator (aka an "obscene device" is still illegal.) Its like they are still living in the Dark Ages, as is roughly 1/2 of America.

Makes me want to move to Japan or Germany- I hear there are lower concentrations of stupid people in my age range. I would move, if I had more money. Hmmm.. maybe I'll finish my "auto-lewder" and try to market it.

2020-05-29 03:02

I'm sure most of the asset creators say rules like that for legal deniability so illegal shit people do with their models doesn't blow back onto them. I doubt many truly think that rule will be followed. If it exists, people WILL pirate it and/or modify it and/or masturbate to it, whether it's books, anime, TV shows, video games, Facebook images, 3D assets, it doesn't matter. It's all the same. Nothing is sacred. We are all sinners. So I never pay attention to rules like that.

IMHO the single most important rule is to never claim someone else's work as yours and to always credit the original creators (even when making content that they had explicitly prohibited). Stealing credit is not OK.

Side note: this should be obvious but you should also ignore rules saying "ask for permission before using" or "please tell me about anything you make with this model" when you plan to break their rules. If you're gonna pervert their hard work, the nicest thing you can do is do it without them knowing.

2020-05-29 06:41

>even when making content that they had explicitly prohibited
thats like painting a target on their back.
not simply putting credit is an option, you simply don't say you made it.