Since COVID-19 has senior centers shut down, I'm thinking of holding a virtual game night at these centers. I'd like to allow the seniors to play games like Risk or Monopoly against each other on laptops.
Board game manufacturers often don't have very good digital versions of their games, so I was thinking of using Tabletop Simulator to recreate the game virtually. However, a virtual version of the game made with copyrighted artwork downloaded from the internet isn't legal.
I know you can make a digital copy of a book or CD you own. If I owned a board game and used digital copies of the game's artwork I made to create a virtual version of the game, would this be legal? The virtual game would only be used for this project, and I wouldn't distribute the artwork to anyone else.