Why are there licenses on everything?
Mostly so Europe "has permission" to see my stuff on Google. (Article 17 bullcrap) This all feels icky and lawyer-y to me. My projects are just graffiti on the internet and it feels like I just stapled a contract on top of them. It's weird. I mean, I kinda get it. Theoretically, it might be good to be super-duper-ultra-deluxe clear about how you prefer people to use your work. But a license makes me feel like I'm lording control over scribbles I doodled in a school notebook. It's overkill for most things in life. I mean what if I, you know... don't care?? Welp, "Public Domain" is kinda the legal way of saying "who cares!?" and giving up all ownership.
... Okay, I do wanna at least sign my stuff so people know where it comes from, so I picked a "Creative Commons" license for everything. (Yes everything, even the website itself. Go ahead and copy it to show off your stuff) There's a bunch of licenses out there but I picked one that's about as free-ballin' as I can go without straight-up erasing my name from all my sketches. Here's a good website if you want pick an easy one without hurting your brain.
... or you could use the Against DRM license. I kind of like that one.
Want details? Didn't think so, but here you go anyway.
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International
(WTF?? I'm pretty sure that "sentence" is making a grammar teacher cry somewhere)
Here's what I'm trying to say with that license:
... and for my next trick, I'm going to take this label-maker and identify every single object in my room. You're welcome, Europe.