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tigerlabs says

Hey guys, just wondering how you balance client work and envato marketplace uploads?

I haven’t uploaded anything in 7 months ( :ohrly: ) because I’ve got client work.

Anyone have the same problem?

Thanks! :)

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Sleightofhand says

Client work tends to come with tight deadlines and pays very well (and usually within a couple of weeks). So if client works comes my way it takes priority.

Items for GraphicRiver are worked on as and when. But I am always sketching out my ideas for future items. Basically GR is always being worked on.

l love this way of working ;)

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CodeID says

I have some client works right now, and really want to forget about it.. still prioritize to make files for graphicriver :D

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