very interesting, this is going to be a huge time saver, also it seems that they are finally moving to a a new interface with dark palettes… my eyes will appreciate a lot
Considering the young age of almost all authors in here (except me ;)), I strongly suggest to do it here in Ibiza; maybe including a special “The King of the Club” flyer contest.
Hi there, here is our submission for the contest
I noticed the same, particularly yesterday. I have a little portfolio so some fluctuation in the sales is normal but in the last 2 days it was strong, and I noticed the same in new products. Strange.
I Love “timesavers”, thanks Sherman
Thank you Patrik, very helpful
Wow – more great motivation and inspiration from Graphic River We’re going to give it a try and are excited to see what everyone comes up with!
Hi Liam, I understand your frustration, we put a lot of energy and passion in our works and a rejection “hurts” both on a professional and personal level.
Personally, after a lot of rejections , I developed a strategy: when I receive the rejection I read the explanations of the reviewer and I don’t do anything ( meaning that I don’t rush to compare my work with the ones in the market place ), I just let a day pass. The day after I’m way more cool and I can see the reasons of the reviewer objectively.
In your case I don’t find the mail of the reviewer harsh at all, I think it is straight to the point and also very well detailed, I wish all the rejections I received were like this.
Thanks for the tips – very helpful for a new author