Hi friends, with all my respect ; why you don’t create your own tshirt as you wish? There are many digital production shops that can handle this process ; and I don’t think Envato will say “no” to this kind of FREE ADVERTISING by their fellow members. Grab the Envato Logo, (or the logo of any marketplace) , build your tshirt as you would create a simple CorelDraw / Photoshop / Illustrator document , and just give it to a “make your own tShirt” company.
Really it’s hard to understand. Why are you waiting? Why to join a competition to get a shirt that even not guaranteed to suit your size? Just build your own, It is very easy.
(Note to Moderators: Please forgive me if this kind of process is prohibited by Envato [if this is the case, please remove this comment] , but as I ‘ve said earlier, who may say “no” to this kind of FREE advertisement?)
Don’t kill the magic dude, xmas is almost here . I have one waiting for me back home. Looking good Sammy & djjeep!
I can see both sides of this argument but what concerns me more is some of the aggressive wording from a few of the AJ authors on a public forum towards one of our customers.
+1. The attitude from a number of authors (especially towards the end) stinks! A real eye opener thats for sure! Koster simply shared his crappy experience and we’re lucky to get direct feedback and an insight into his world. The dude just lost a client! He could have just signed in and thrown a bunch of abuse our way but he took the time to point out the pitfalls of AdRev, something we can’t just ignore!
Yes we need to protect our music but you can’t get on your high horse and deny the problems you’re potentially causing the buyer.
Until things improve I will not sign up with AdRev. It simply doesn’t sit well with me.
it’s happens in my national tv too and some supermarket video ads too..
Funny you mention supermarkets. Shortly after reading this I went to an Indomaret to buy some snacks and you’ve guessed it, I greeted by the ‘Audiojungle’ watermark. I can’t even escape it on my break!
It would seem the ‘Audiojungle’ watermark has become the most desirable asset for any self respecting ad agency in 2014. It’s all over the web and now global brands want in on the action for their national broadcast T.V ads.. Seriously though, how these things slip through the cracks is beyond me. Surely a mistake of that magnitude is enough to lose an account??
I personally love that dancing squirrel!
Looks great man! Best of luck with the launch!
Very cool! I really dig this trend of developers making affordable hardware synths.
I don’t foresee Santa bringing me any more gear.. Things got a little out of hand on black friday
Some great points. Keeping a lean, focussed portfolio is the way to go in my opinion. Unless you’re a top author you’re never going to have more than 50 tracks actually working for you and earning that spot in your portfolio.. Its important to know when to call it quits and seek greener pastures for your music. This of course greatly depends on weather you’re exclusive or non exclusive.
As for deleting the old and capping the new I’ve always supported this.. Some argue that more tracks attract more buyers and having a bigger library than our competitors is important to stay on top.. This may resonate with some buyers but for many including myself a bloated library is actually a massive turn off. For the same reasons I refuse to shop in a mega Walmart, there are just way too many low quality or unnecessary items to navigate past before finding what you need.