Artistic license


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Artistic license

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The open source license applicable to Perl.
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King Shaka: Zulu Legend is a work of historical fiction, using artistic license to interpret the actions of historical figures.
Andrew Hall said: "Not seen it yet but regardless of any artistic license taken, if it inspires people to learn about events then it's worth it."
'Artistic license does not justify the violation of our laws.'
Both authors are professional illustrators who recognize the merit of artistic license and of drawing without fear.
Marcel had access to 39 hours of audio recordings of Travers speaking with the "Poppins" songwriters and screenwriters, but used "artistic license" when it came to writing her dialogue.
Bennett has used artistic license to take Nora's story into realms of fantasy.
Whether these differences were because of artistic license with imagery or lack of understanding of animal movement isn't clear, the authors said.
The sexual perversions that dominate the topics of Jelinek's texts which have been analyzed as political because of her Marxist views, are debated by Bethman, whose position is that her writings employ artistic license separate from her political identification.
The sculptor took a degree of artistic license in the creation of the metal artwork, melding and welding his surreal notion of the frost king's persona.
Prehistoric painters weren't taking artistic license when they painted polka-dotted horses on the walls of a French cave 25,000 years ago.
When I first read the script I thought to myself maybe there's a little bit of artistic license there, surely judges and people in the court aren't this nice.
The singer, who was mentored by Dannii Minogue in the talent show, has since been signed by Simon Cowell's label, but hopes he can have artistic license when it comes to his music.