I must be missing something here, because I occasionally see things like "When you buy it, you can't change X, X, X, or X about it. Only colors.
" Or something to that effect.
I do not understand it. If we pay you real life money for this design, aren't we entitled to make as many damn changes as we please? Once you sell it, you no longer own it and are not entitled to action if something such as ear type or sleeve type is changed.
Am I just missing something? Because I don't get why we would have to conform to these rules when we own it? I'm not saying it would ever go to court, but if it would I don't think the judge could rule on the creator's side on this if I made a hem shorter or something.
blah blah blah confused rant. I've not actually bought what I speak of(I'm not going to buy a design for 90 bucks at auction), but it's still something I wonder.