just 1 sale this month, but i have some files in review process.
Congrats and wish you many more!
Intru si eu sa va urez un an nou fericit plin de vanzari si cat mai putine sale reversal
I like sans seriff simple fonts like: Intro, Bebas, Nexa, Code and many others.
Happy New Year guys!!
Hard day at work, but this made my day!
Yes, fonts like Arial can be used in commercial projects. Here you have a nice collection of free fonts http://www.fontsquirrel.com/ and http://www.dafont.com/. Anyway make sure that the fonts are marked as free for comercial use. On dafont.com you will find a lot of Free for personal use fonts, well you cant use them in projects for envato marketplaces
le: brandilea thank you for the last link, i didn’t know about it.
@IngeniousArtist and Madalincmc—that might be the case, but I shouldn’t need to alter the text style dramatically just to make use of it. I bought the product(s) to be able to use it as-is, but was not aware that either of them would be in 200+ pt font. It’s not outlined in the product description, nor is it even necessary for them to be scaled to that font size as it embellishes the product that is really available to you. It’s really a form of false advertising as the example image creates an unrealistic expectation of what will be available to you upon attempting to re-size the text. It’s akin to seeing the “perfect burger” on TV and getting utter slop when you buy one at your local restaurant. These restaurants also exchange your “slop burger” for something more reasonable when you return it; so why shouldn’t authors that design text styles be held to the same standard?
Admittedly, I’m not an “expert” at Photoshop. I’m sure someone with an adept understanding of the program could rectify the problem without much thought, but I shouldn’t need to be a professional, nor should I feel obligated to hire one to make use of a product I purchased.Ultimately, how many people are really going to use a text style that requires a font size that covers half a 1920×1080 screen? Slim to none. People buy these styles for logos, not murals.
Yes, you are right, the authors should specify which font size works best with the styles they are selling. I guess is very annoying to see a great text style, buy it and then not be able to use it, or to pay someone else to customize it for you.
There are some methods to resize a text without loosing the quality. Smart objects, scale effect option in photoshop, and rasterize the text and then resize it. Its true there are some cases when even using this tricks will not get you the best results.