Did VC Rip-Off Technique???

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Did VC Rip-Off Technique???

Postby Dmaroc on 12/23/2016, 5:30 pm

I love VC and have been visiting for years, but while listing to christmas music this week a came across a album cover that looked almost exactly like the new "Holiday Sweater Template"...The catch? The album came out in 2014. IDK if this a well used technique (I certainly haven't seen it before) and am assuming that VC did not rip a preset off, but idk. :? I get that this is a free preset, but am wondering if VC copied some other project or preset. Once again, I love VC and am not assuming the worst :D
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Re: Did VC Rip-Off Technique???

Postby JPT7505 on 12/23/2016, 5:52 pm


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Re: Did VC Rip-Off Technique???

Postby Farmfield on 12/23/2016, 7:07 pm

Yeah, Andrew is a known plagiarist, most of the bad jokes he does in his videos he stole from my dad - presumably by gunpoint.
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Re: Did VC Rip-Off Technique???

Postby Michael_Szalapski on 01/13/2017, 6:56 am

It's just a sweater-themed look. People have been doing it for years and years. It's not just that album cover and the VCP preset. There are hundreds of this sort of thing out there.
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