Really, really good film. Inspired me to paint this: http://www.flickr.com/photos/afairhead/4193105931/
If you haven’t seen it, go quick before it leaves the cinemas
It’s interesting to see how sites like iStock are eating some of GR’s pie, while never actually mentioning pixel-based graphics and the like in their mission text.
“Search for photos, illustrations, video & audio”
I never would have put “video & audio” on a site with the word “stockphoto” in the domain. Despite it, they seem to be shifting a lot of graphics over there.
If you don’t feel you can justify an Intuos, get a Bamboo. I do a lot of graphics work and I only use a tablet (for drawing, coding, even general computer use) and I chose the Bamboo over the Intuos. The smaller estate means I can flit about the screen really quickly without moving my wrist. Even on my 30” ACD
Since the “Layered Photoshop, Vectors, Icons and Add-ons From 1$” strap-line has become less clear to buyers with the recent increase in price, that may very well have a lot to do with it.
I’m noticing a small hit on sales as well.
Hey, it’s an experiment. Keep on munchin’ yo’ guinea pig celery and carrots and we’ll soon have a right balance in place
Thanks for sharing my icons Chilly! Glad that you like them
I only check mine every few days to see roughly how things are going, so I’m not sure; as far as I’m aware, though, the sales update within the hour of purchase. Whether it’s instant or whether it happens as a cron job I’m not sure, though.
I’d suggest using Bridge for this, if you have that installed.
Go into Bridge, put your images in a folder, and select Tools:Photoshop:Image Processor…
Fill ‘er in, and let it do your work for you.
Hope that helps!
What was the proof that it was in fact grown? We’re a community of digital image editors, after all?
Congrats on the feature. It’s a nice icon; I had to comment when I saw it in the Recent Items list.
.psd and .ai are considered to be fairly standard file formats, despite being proprietary. Just look at PSDTuts+, a hugely popular resource for digital imaging tutorials which states one of those formats in it’s title.
That said, the team are piloting Keynote and PPT themes, so if there’s enough interest in Corel Draw then there’s every chance that might be piloted too.
I didn’t get paid for writing this post, by the way.