Just wondering what is the best way to proceed.
I purchased a responsive slider but had a couple of questions relating to it due to the lack of responsiveness of a couple of elements.
I have tried to contact the author without luck via the page comments.
Is there anything else I can try.
What usually works if find out the host company for the other site and contact them as well.
Does anyone else on a regular basis get clients emailing them asking them how to use files.
This happens to me on a regular basis despite having text relating to how to use and open the files on all the items. (For example how to use smart layers).
or if you have a .psd file. People want you to tell them how to use photoshop as they have never used it before…..
It is frustrating sometimes…..
Send a message to the review proceedures. Unfortunately it happens.
Mockup to show an app or program in situ is different to selling image of items on here. It seems from one side there are strict rules for use and permissions for some brands but it still gos on….
Cheers, that is very interesting and different to what the manufacturers have said. Think I will create some brand new 3d mockups of my old design so I can be sure there mine. cheers for the help.
Cheers for that. The text seems to be a clever cop out in a way so Envato says we have done our best to tell people about such items but surely just allowing them to be posted on here breaks the image use rules unless the ower can provide documented evidence to say he is allowed by the original intellectual property owner.
Surely Envato is on really shaky ground doing this if any of the ‘big’ companies ever decided to come after them?
Not sure that is true, If you took a Ferrari and took off the badges and tried to make a sellable mockup out of it Ferrari would still be annoyed.
I am just curious if the sellers on here with branded stuff applied for a sales licence with all the companies or are just hoping they don’t get caught.
I am making some product mockups for GR but I have a question about creating them.
I the past I have always built 3d models of the items I am using and created renders from them.
This was so you do not have any problems with the laws regarding taking photos of manufacturers products, cutting them out of the backgrounds and using those. (Therefore breaking the reuse of images without the product owners permission).
I have seen on the site that there are mockups using what I assume are photos of items for creating mockups. Is this now allowed?
I would have thought you would need the manufacturers permissions?
Just curious so I am not breaking any copyright restrictions.
Cheers for your help