I wouldn’t say it’s certain effects but certain styles and looks instead. Files will good implementation of basic design principles are approved more often because they look good. I’d say there’s a way to use every effect in AE correctly and make a good looking output.
My public portfolio is not sorting by date, it looks to be completely random.
Great month so far, very consistent and high amounts of sales!
Tuesday is usually the best for me, and I had a good Tuesday!
I think you could compress those pre-renders a bit more? I have a file that’s about a minute of pre-rendered Mir and it’s only 300-400mb.
Very creative project, I think if you can make some improvements it’ll be accepted. I agree with ashcat, you should smooth out the animations, maybe add some active camera to give the project even more of a rustic feel.
From there all I would suggest is to add more detail, just take a lot of time on each scene and make them all unique.
And I just hit the 900 sales mark, 1,000 here I come!
Consistent sales here although the first couple days of January were pretty bad.
I was rejected…oh 5 or 6 times in a row before I got anything accepted, I look back on these failed projects now, and I completely understand why they were rejected. Of course back then, I was pretty frustrated, so I know exactly how you’re feeling.
You’ve just got to keep trying to impress the reviewers and to think outside the box. A good way to avoid making projects that already exist on VideoHive is to get inspiration from other sources besides VideoHive files and motion graphics like magazines, graphic design work, etc. Not only will it help you create a unique project, it will also prevent you from falling into any copyright trouble because it’s so hard to create a video project that is copied and pasted from a static source of inspiration.
That’s my best advice for you, good luck!
All the best,
Yeah there’s a punishment system, I’ve seen several authors get their accounts deleted.