The proper handling of personal information is extremely important to us.
We therefore take great care when processing and protecting your personal information. This is done in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Data Protection Act.
To ensure your privacy as far as possible, we adhere to the following core values:
Information: We wish to inform you about why and how we process personal information. This is described in our privacy statement
Limited collection: We take great care to limit the information we collect to only that which is necessary for our services
No personal marketing: We will never share your personal information for marketing purposes. Never
Right of access and correction: We respect your right to access, correct, or delete your personal information.
This privacy and cookie statement describes how we implement these core values and how we respect and protect your right to privacy. We strongly urge you to read this statement carefully.
2. Use of personal information
We only store and use personal information that has been directly provided by you.
3. Purposes of data processing
The personal information we collect is exclusively used for the following purposes:
to process your order
to meet our legal obligations
to inform you about our developments
4. Types of personal information
We can process the following personal information you provide:
date of birth
5. Third Parties
We will not share your personal information with third parties at all.
Why shouldn't you use our work (or any other artist's) without permission?
Basically, because it's theft. Theft of time and theft of skill.
Some people may assume that the work's there, it's been done, the author isn't losing anything by it being 'borrowed'.
But that's not the case. It takes TIME to create artwork and to gather documentation.
If you got a decorator to paint a wall in your house you wouldn't look at the finished work and use the argument "I supplied the paint, the brush and the wall. The paint's now on the wall rather than in the tin, but otherwise nothing's changed. So frankly I'm at a loss to understand what I'm supposed to be paying you for." You have to factor in the TIME.
Equally you wouldn't go to a vegetable shop and just pick up a cauliflower and walk out with it on the grounds that "It's just there". You know someone has invested time, effort and materials in growing that vegetable. The same applies to art.
Creating art or technology is just the same as any other job of work.
Anyone who wants to use other one’s work without paying for it should be prepared to donate an equal amount of their own time to doing work for the artist. If you don't like that idea, don't use the art.
Finally, and very importantly, if artists aren't paid for their work they can't afford to be artists any more. They'll do something else. As a result the supply of high quality art will dry up and the only new art that becomes available will be second rate work by inexperienced artists. It's taken me forty years of constant effort to reach my own level of competence
if people hadn't paid me in the past this work wouldn't be here today. If you don't pay today, it won't be here tomorrow.
Thanks in advance to respect our work
We respect someone else’s work
We are pioneering in a very unusual subject … It is quite easy to identify what kind of lights and sound can be found on the latest Volkswagen but far more difficult for a 1950ies fighter like the F-86 Sabre or the SR-71 Blackbird.
For all kind of vehicles/Airplanes/Ships and so on which are not accessible for us, we completely depend of available documents available in books, magazines, videos and … the web.
It is definitively NOT our intention to miss use images or information protected by any kind of copyright.
Whenever you would identify such document on our web site or documentation, please contact us with the identification of the particular document and your credits and we’ll come back to you immediately to add your credits or remove the document.
Version V1.01 June 2018