Category talk:Drawings by Dr Tony Ayling

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Hi Graham

That's fine by me. Go ahead. Hopefully other people will find the pix useful

Cheers

Tony


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From: Graham Bould To: Tony Ayling Sent: Saturday, March 25, 2006 3:23 AM Subject: Re: Drawings copyright

Hello Tony,
Regarding your drawings I've found that Wikipedia are stricter than I thought. All images uploaded must be freely available for any other use, as mentioned in the statement below, but attribution must always be given. If you are happy for this could you please let me know. Hope you don't mind me asking for your agreement again. As a matter of interest your drawings go very well with the few articles I've uploaded so far, especially with the rarer species where it's hard to get any other pictures.

Cheers & thanks again

Graham


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Permission for drawing[edit]

Dear Tony, for our student textbook about Charles Darwin (Die Entstehung der Arten, illustrated and commented by Paul Wrede and Saskia Wrede) we kindly ask you for permission to use the drawing of the deep sea fish Cryptopsaras couesii.

Our book will be published in German by VCH-Wiley. It is addressed to beginners in biology like students or highly educated laymen. Publication will be December 2012.

With best regards

Paul Wrede

Prof. Paul Wrede Charite-Universitätsmedizin Berlin Institut für Molekularbiologie und Bioinformatik Arnimallee 22 14195 Berlin (Germany) Email: paul.wrede@charite.de --Paul wrede (talk) 12:20, 25 August 2012 (UTC)

Permission for photo Reminder[edit]

Dear Tony,

for our student textbook about Charles Darwin (Die Entstehung der Arten, illustrated and commented by Paul Wrede and Saskia Wrede) we kindly ask you for permission to use the drawing of the deep sea angler fish.

Our book will be published in German by VCH-Wiley. It is addressed to beginners in biology like students or highly educated laymen. Publication will be December 2012.

With best regards

Paul Wrede

Prof. Paul Wrede Charite-Universitätsmedizin Berlin Institut für Molekularbiologie und Bioinformatik Arnimallee 22 14195 Berlin (Germany) Email: paul.wrede@charite.de