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Friday, February 9, 2007

Terms and Conditions For Republishing

Doodles by Lee are available for use on not-for-profit blogs. Just copy and paste the code underneath the doodle in question. It's that simple.

Terms and Conditions:

  • The doodles may be used on any not-for-profit blog. (Blogs that make money via affiliate sales or advertising are included.)
  • Please contact me via a comment if you would like to use a doodle for a company website. (I'm happy to provide you with a quote!)
  • Include appropriate credit ("Doodle by Lee") and link back to For your convenience, the required code has been provided for you just below each doodle.
  • The artwork on this blog is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Canada License. (Which means: Attribution. You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work). Noncommercial. You may not use this work for commercial purposes. No Derivative Works. You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work.)
  • Doodles may not be published elsewhere, for example in print, without permission from their creator. (You may print it out for personal use, such as the bulletin board above your desk.)
  • There is no guarantee about the future availability of the doodles.
  • All images remain the property of the artist.
  • Artwork found on my other blogs (eg. Lee's Things and Sods'n'Odds) are not subject to these Terms and Conditions. They should not be reproduced in any format without permission.
Questions or concerns? Contact me via the comments!

(The complete Terms and Conditions for use of this site can be found here.)

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Anonymous said...

Lee, I am putting together a power point presentation and would like to use one of your cartoons - terrible twos- It's a parenting education program. I would post and site your name on the slide but would not print the cartoon.

Any problems with that?

Lee said...

If you're talking about this one:

then sure, go ahead! You're welcome to post the doodle in the slide itself.

Thanks for asking!

Liesl Frank said...


I always get confused around this area.

I would like to use one of your images for a blog on my website.
My website is for my Kinesiology business. My blog is used to educate people about how Kinesiology can help them with their everyday problems

So what type of usage license do I need to apply for?


Lee said...

Hi Liesl.

You may use any of my doodles on your blog as long as you include appropriate credit ("Doodle by Lee") and link back to For your convenience, the required code has been provided for you just below each doodle.

Let me know if you have any other questions.