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.