You should definitely report it. Selling stolen work also affects the buyers. Buyers shouldn’t have to suffer the consequences just because some doorknob sold them stolen graphics.
You certainly deserve all the sales you get my friend, those overlay textures are delicious!
Shores of Nintendo is looking tempting.
What I meant was that you could slap the brush onto an artboard/card/flyer and sell it. I’m just asking about the tools license, not the regular one. It seems too good compared to other licenses.
So I did some reading on the tools license and correct me if I’m wrong but it seems to me as if I can buy a brush for Photoshop, slap it on to an empty artboard and sell it as a background. That way it doesn’t include the original tool itself in the end product.
The same could be done for flyers/business cards etc. Am I correct in assuming all this?
Best Regards, VF
lol, GR needs a Demorfoza subforum
I don’t get how you can file a complaint over a logo that fills a letter with partial circles. That designer wasn’t certainly the first to do it so I don’t see how it’s a justified complaint. It’s kinda like the current geek logo trend that was mentioned above, why not remove everything that was posted after the first geek submission then. Not to mention the fact that yours is miles better.
Gotta hand it to the other fella though, it’s a great way to eliminate competition.
Hey man, great illustration. I believe it was rejected because it was a standalone illustration. If you take a look at the t-shirts section, most of the stuff has some text attached. As it stands, they’d probably accept your design to vectors. That being said, it should have been soft rejected if that were the case.
Perhaps try to add a text like SKULL CLAN or something and reupload. I wished reviewers were more clear on the rejection reasons.
Brilliant ad. So true as well.