Can I use the 3D models in a game I am making?

Discussion started by beetastic321

I know you cannot sell the 3D models or anything, and I don't want to. I just want to use them and of course give the talented artists whose work I use credit. So, would I get into any sort of legal trouble if I did?

Thanks in advance.

(I know some people steal other people's models, so I am sorry if I gave credit to the wrong person. I can try to link the game once it is done, and then, the actual owners of the model(s) can contact me.)

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Posted 16 days ago
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Hi there,

Thanks for reaching out.

Products sold with Royalty Free Licenses can be used for commercial purposes with no additional liabilities, extra royalties or other license fees applied for multiple usage of the product and volume of the end product (e.g. video game, film, animation, VR/AR application, visualization, etc.) created using the product. Products published on CGTrader may not be sold, given, or assigned to any other person or entity in the form it is downloaded from the site.

If you buy a product and use it as part of a physical object such as a toy, doll, or model, you can distribute it. However, as mentioned before, product cannot be sold in the form it is downloaded from the site.

However, if you want to make sure whether you are using correct licensing, please contact support via support@cgtrader.com and we will advise you.

Kindly,
Austeja from CGTrader

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