I don't particularly like the simplicity of Scratch's. The notes just look too small and disproportionate.
Hi Luna, yeah they are a bit weird looking. Anyway, I managed to compile the ENTIRE conversation up until now into Google Docs form. So if you know anypony who would be willing to sift through it to make a story, feel free to tell me.
@Major Rains:Hopefully I already have that covered.
Bah, can we get some European Merch stores? Not all of us are from the US
How do you even sell this stuff without getting sued?! i thought this is owned by hasbro and Lauren???
@Anonymous:A lot of brony merch sales are usually protected under one of those "creative commons" laws or whatever they're called, because they're uninvolved enough with the show that they aren't really considered copyrighted.The rest are just running under the fact that Hasbro is extremely lenient about letting us make stuff to sell for the show, because it's usually better than what they make.
You gonna get sued. Except for the GNU.
@Display NameThere's also the fact that the stuff the community makes aren't targeted at a demographic Hasbro cares about.
Isn't it kind of a dick move to sell pins when we already have PinFilly?
i am getting the whole set
@AnonymousWhat I was thinking.
It is not the primary purpose of this to make money, that is more of a pleasant side effect. This is to show devotion and love for show, and also plain fun.
Cool Pins. But with Pins, you always have to get them ALL! :O
I better not hear or see a TWEWY reference now that we have all these pins.No, that was not a suggestion.