Animation1000 saidThanks a lot matey!!!! I really appreciate your help!! I did a support ticket with this situation!!! I don´t believe why Envato in general is so “calm” in this kind of situation – we lose money but they too!!!!!!
Legues I sent you a pm with links.
Unfortunately my friend the money they loose are basically peanuts for Envato. The earnings envato makes from all the gr authors combined cannot even reach the 1/10 of a medium caliber theme from the forest. So they just don’t care
Devianart is full of spam advertizing and adds unless you have a paid subscription. On the other hand behance has a more professional look and I would really recommend to try it my friend. I would also like a dribble invite, thats for sure, but it is kind of annoying when people give them away only if you like their page or stuff….
I have managed to spot the problem after spending sometime experimenting but thanks for your reply buddy!!! The interesting part though is that it only affects the visual appearance of the psd file and once I saved a .jpg it was flawless. I guess it ’s a program bug. :/
I currently experience some issues with photoshop masks. To be more specific: I applied a gradient layer mask to a partially filled smart layer to achieve a fade out effect. The problem is that when I scale this layer, the mask shrinks covering only the part of the layer with filled pixels. Normally this should not cause any problems, the fact though that I have a Gaussian blur filter applied on this layer leaves a small part of the edges unmasked (the blurred part I guess). How can I resolve this? Any help would be much appreciated!!! Thanks in advance
Don’t have great experience selling graphic files my friend but on the 3d modeling industry it is definitely more profitable to be non exclusive in as many sites as possible. Hope i helped!!!
I was worrying too about the sales on the last month, but if you think of it a bit deeper you can not possibly have a statistic analysis with 10 sales average per week, because 2 sales up or down, which is logical, will give you an 20% difference. The only ones that can give us an answer, are those authors that have more than 200 sales per week average and are still actively uploading items every month.
I think there is a connection between 1star ratings, sale reversals without asking any kind of support from the author and hacked items. One day of the last month I had 6 sales in just half an hour, at first I was really excited but then I realized that there might be a fraud or something behind this incident. I guess I m gonna find out soon enough. Ooooo…. and the claims of envato staff that this is less than 1%... is total crap of course!!! (just like the known “we are working towards resolving the review ques problem”)