Top_Head should serve as a catch-all for wearables that do not fall into another category, until such time as a category is created that serves this purpose.
These are amazing wearables, it’s a great idea, people are going to love them, and it cost a fortune for @Fuego to submit these. Would you support it if the animals sat on your head instead?
I feel like this whole issue comes down to the technicality of what a slot was called. Is there some technical reason that top_head slot has to apply to things that float over the head? Seems like a silly thing to have when we’ve got other, more commonly desired slots on the body that aren’t supported.
It looks like fuego has put a lot of hard work into this, it would definately be great if the approval team could find a way technicaly for Fuego’s wareable to fit into a approved slot. Thanks for consideration.
If I’m not wrong, this kind of assets sold in marketplaces allow creators to use them in games/projects but not selling them as individual assets. Tbh, I’m not sure about the legal terms on this and if it could be a legal issue for the author and even Decentraland to allow this kind of content.
Actually, yes they were royalty free pets. But if you look at the license offered by the creator they do allow you to sell them as long as they are within a compiled application such as a video game. See caption below:
You are not permitted to:
Market, distribute, give, transfer, sell or sublicense the products in any form with the exception of a compiled application such as a video game.
However I did go the extra mile to deal directly with the artist and pay him extremely well for an exclusive, extended license to explicitly allow me to resell these and not only that he will also be removing them from all marketplaces. I do also have a signed contract and proof of payment if necessary.