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- My Kryten movie features in this books DVD
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Monday, 30 September 2013
Project: Kryten Head prop 1:1 scale Part 3
There must be another Red Dwarf convention on the horizon because once again my inbox has a handful of requests all demanding that I simply give them the plans to my Red Dwarf models because... (insert reason here).
I kinda stopped replying to these requests because for one, it's a little disheartening to find out that they're only really interested in all your hard work, "if it's free", and again in some instances, that they actually don't want to make it in card but prefer un-environmentally friendly materials like plastic, metal, resin or latex? Those types of materials alone cost a fortune, and yet they don't want to reward all my hard work having developed the kit in the first place. A kit which they now wish to use plus have my instructions available to show them how to make it ????
There's only so many times I can give the same answer before I end up loosing the will to live - hay?. Ironically, it costs money to give stuff away for free on the internet. what with bandwidth and storage charges etc. It's all very confusing to me at the moment and I haven't found a suitable 'business model' to this problem as yet. apart from being directly commissioned to make things for people, which I'm thrilled to do. Like the Klytus mask for example. Peoples interest in that project was a huge incentive for me as an artist and the funds have enabled me to develop more things for these patrons.
If anyone out there has any alternative suggestions as to how I can best disseminate these projects please let me know in the comments below and I'll post a questionnaire up on this blog to see what the majority of you would be in favour of.
life size Kryten paper portrait. (I found the perfect home for this model that day - hay!). He tweeted me this picture a couple of days later...
I have now just sent a message to the Official Red Dwarf Fan Club to see if they would be interested in hosting these files for you all to download and do with as you please, no response as yet but, (fingers crossed). Remember I'm a big Red Dwarf fan too and if I could find the right home for this stuff it just might be the right incentive for me as an artist to continue to complete and develop more Red Dwarf paper projects for you all to enjoy but, if no one beyond a small hand full of fans shows any interest on official forums or at conventions then the likelihood of any "official" site seeing the potential of these designs to help drive more traffic to their websites are greatly diminished, they'll think your just not interested enough in this type of stuff...