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Your license terms are legally ambiguous. “Public domain” means that you give up all right to dictate terms like “but not resell the asset pack”.

(And, in some jurisdictions like Germany, you can’t put things into the public domain prematurely, so when that’s actually intended, you have to use the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) public domain dedication, which falls back to some legal hackery to grant an equivalent license. See this analysis for details.)

…and the “You can use this asset personally and commercially.” terms on your other free assets are legally problematic because some jurisdictions fall back to “All Rights Reserved” if the terms are judged too vague instead of attempting to follow the creator’s intent like in the U.S.