Do not send your Ideas to Japanese Creators because their don’t want your ideas. There’s a Japanese creator working at Tsuburaya Productions, known for the Ultraman and Gridman Universe series, who designs monsters for the series, warned that people should not send their ideas to him or his company.
The creator, who has been working on Ultraman since Ultraman Ginga, went on to say that while it’s nice to enjoy the series and even imagine or design an original Ultraman for personal enjoyment, it’s the act of submitting it to the company that he’s warning.
Do not send your Ideas to Japanese Creators
Akiman, the character designer for the Street Fighter series discussed how potential legal issues could ensue if, in the next decade, Ultraman with story or design modifications similar to fan creation were to be made.
Possibly making people think they helped inspire the new series without any thanks or compensation.
Kouichi Tokita, a manga artist who makes adaptations of the Gundam manga, talked about how it used to be something that could be laughed at and regarded as fan support, but how they have to be much more careful these days.
And then we have former Super Robot Wars series producer Takanobu Terada going on to say that he has indeed received such complaints in the past, though thankfully Bandai Namco was able to speak to people and discuss the matter directly. However, freelancers will have a much harder time finding legal help for this purpose.
Many creators are avoiding making use of suggestions made by fans, as this can end up being something dangerous according to these same creators. Anyway, Japanese creators don’t want fan suggestions.
Via : Hachime
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