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brandilea says

I started submitting to GR recently, and I love the site! I’m just having a hard time getting started haha. Especially with the whole licensing issue.

So my questions are:

1. I see people using clipart/brushes/textures/etc in their submitted (accepted) work. Are there websites that offer free resources for commercial use?

2. Is it okay to use them? Or if so, under what terms?

3. What sites offer commercial resources that are allowed in this marketplace such as fonts, clipart, textures, etc.? (What do you guys use?)

4. Are freebies on Envato allowed to be used?

Just a heads up, I don’t plan on reselling any of these resources. I would just like to use them on things such as business cards, flyers, web templates, etc.

Thanks in advance! Hopefully this’ll clear up a lot of things and even make them easier for me. :)

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PatrikL Envato team says

Easiest to do to get a hold of this information is to check the Wiki – Envato Wiki :)

You should check these threads in the wiki and you should get more than enough information :)

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brandilea says
Easiest to do to get a hold of this information is to check the Wiki – Envato Wiki :) You should check these threads in the wiki and you should get more than enough information :)

These links helped a lot with understanding things! Thanks a lot. :)

I saw the Asset Library and there were things such as photos and music. However I was looking for things like textures and brushes (Just stuff like splatter/stain, fonts or shapes). That’s why I was wondering if the Envato freebies like on PSD tuts are okay. Even the free graphic of the month. Is that allowed or no?

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PatrikL Envato team says
Easiest to do to get a hold of this information is to check the Wiki – Envato Wiki :) You should check these threads in the wiki and you should get more than enough information :)

These links helped a lot with understanding things! Thanks a lot. :)

I saw the Asset Library and there were things such as photos and music. However I was looking for things like textures and brushes (Just stuff like splatter/stain, fonts or shapes). That’s why I was wondering if the Envato freebies like on PSD tuts are okay. Even the free graphic of the month. Is that allowed or no?

Everything you need to know is to be found in the Wiki :)Terms and Conditions

And here´s the Author Tutorial :)

Hope you´ll find everything you need to know :)

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