Hey all thanks for looking. On the surface it sounds like I want to blatently copy book stuff or something similar. Nope that isn't the case here.
Recently I was a member of a forum that had zero tolerance for anything that even looked like reference material. When doing scratchbuilding and heavy modifications it helps to at least be able to show what you are referring to and point out the details.
In this case the kit I am building is the DeAgostini Millenium Falcon and to be frank, ALL reference material on it is copyrighted one way or another. However there is fair use and I don't just post up a photo as such. There is a reason and it is used to point out the problem or what is needed to correct the problem.
The best way is to post some examples of exactly what I am talking about and get some feedback whether it is allowable or not.
These are about the most blatent examples I have so far. Most of what I have done so far has nothing that could cause a problem.
If one of the powers that be could give me a thumbs up or down on these I will be glad to edit them, not post them or work within what you would prefer. While there are some other bits that have photos of the various models that I use for pointing out details, those are off the web and are just as specific as these for why they are being used in posts.
As DeAgostini is an advertizer I know this could be sticky. As I don't want to cause any problems, ask first in this case.