One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda has temporarily waived part of the copyright to allow fans to post and profit from from fan created LINE stickers. One Piece fans and fan artists will now be able to upload their own stickers to sell and share via the messaging app. [Thanks, SoraNews24 -Japan News-!]
Once again, it is important to mention that this is temporary. Fans will only have a year to upload their LINE stickers. Additionally, the stickers cannot be traced images and must be entirely original. LINE stickers with inappropriate content are also prohibited. As for submitting your own LINE stamps, they must be uploaded in a bundle of eight, so you will need to create eight individual stamps to upload and sell.
— ONE PIECE.com(ワンピース) (@OPcom_info) June 15, 2020
You can see some of Oda’s own example of LINE stickers in the embedded Twitter post above to give you an idea of what you can create.
In other One Piece news, some episodes from the popular anime has been added to Netflix. However, only the first two “arcs,” the East Blue and Alabasta Saga, are currently available to stream. If you’re new to the series, however, that’s just enough to get your feet wet and potentially leave you wanting more One Piece.