Posts by chrisatlemon

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chrisatlemon says

Well done! Looking forward to more cell shaded items :)

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Chris

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chrisatlemon says

Looking good! Maybe a little less smudgy and a little detail on the type? That’s just me though…

But as an item I think you should offer more. There’s very little there, just one email box?

Also what’s the “on/off” for?

Looking good though, keep at it :)

Chris

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chrisatlemon says

Haloooo…

It’s not that hard, you just have top read the authoring tutorial. The questions ar ealways the same, so just look out for the answers in the text … they are all there!

Good luck!

Chris

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chrisatlemon says

Why were on the topic I’m wondering: do you guys by commercial licenses to include the files in your downloads? Or do you just get regular licenses to have them in the previews?

I have doubted, but so far my sales would not justify a commercial license image. Especially since I would use several images in one file…

Does it pay off for you guys?

To answer the question I’m looking Abstracts and live music related photos this weekend for my current project … But I got so far were isolated foods like the hamburger image in one of my Items.

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Chris

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chrisatlemon says

well done! You’ve got some nice backgrounds going there, I just saw one just suitable for my needs … I think you’ll be looking at 201 sales very soon :)

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Chris

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chrisatlemon says

Vector is simply more usable because I can do things with it. A raster file is what it is. A vector file is something I can play around with… If I have the choice, I always go for vector.

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chrisatlemon says

when I At my file re-reviewed it moved from 30th two first in one day, and then stayed at first for another day … That just depends on the availability of the current Reviewer.

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chrisatlemon says
quickandeasy said
As I said earlier, it’s a complex area, so it’s simply easier to purchase your images. A $2 image – that’s not even half a pint.

Absolutely. I always use either Photo Dune images or Creative Commons commercial use licensed images. Actually 99% are CC commercial use because I like to include all my imagery in the download.

I was just wondering why so many others weren’t! That’s Where my question came from, I simply thought there was something I didn’t understand.

Obviously it’s them … or at least they think it’s worth the risk :)

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chrisatlemon says
Raincutter said
Are you serious? One cannot use models/actors/singers images, identifiable buildings or private property in a design without permission. To use them legally, one needs model release form or property release. Or are you completely unaware about the flyers and actions category here at GR?

I’m not sure what you mean here? Maybe you misread my posts, but I was saying the exact opposite! I am aware of the licensing rules and I thought they were Infringed on a large-scale on many items I saw on display.

I then did some extra digging and came up with the link above Which goes somewhere towards explaining why.

From your previous posts I thought you had understood that. I think there is some miscommunication here…

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chrisatlemon says

Look what the cat dragged in:

http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/real-people-in-projects/54134

This thread has some answers. It seems like I’m not the only one who noticed this … So I’m not crazy after all harhar! :)

I guess the main point is the following:

“The live preview of an item is a sort of gray area because it is hosted on authors’ servers, not Envato’s. If authors want to use stolen images in their live previews, that’s a risk they’re choosing to take, and one that is very difficult for us to moderate. However, that doesn’t mean that we won’t remove your live preview link should we find content in your live preview to be excessive (mature content, etc).”

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