Quote from: cyphyr on Today at 08:42:28 amImagine if it was a font.
You could create a poster that uses the font and sell that.
But you could not alter the font in some way and sell that.
I mean, it depends on the license specifics. For example SIL requires any derivative in another format to be renamed to something else, constituting a whole new font, but based on another. That's why there are so many specialized licenses with fonts, because there is only so much variation to typefaces that are even possible without actually mapping someones unique handwriting (like many fonts based on script, from manuscripts). A lot of fonts are just resells with minor alterations, or extended monospace and special characters.
But you're correct in the case of TurboSquid.