Sorry, the internet has spoken. It wants quantity over quality.
I can’t wait until I finish my 2,399,392 logo’s and lower thirds pack, then I’ll show em.
That’s just where the market has gone.
Just flip through the T.V. it’s all simple iconography with a flat backdrop.
I’m actually wondering if they are going to crack down on the “1,000,000 logo’s for 5 bucks” projects. It doesn’t seem like a sustainable sales model.
It’s just not worth investing a month’s work in a project that gets 50 sales.
This pretty much sums it up. It’s just not worth it.
But really in my case VideoHive is more of a platform for me to develop my craft and get paid for it.
Soon enough, or even right now this will no longer be the case. So many items are being added that it’s diluting the sales between them. So, to attract authors or entice them they have to up the prices. To offset that, they have to raise the bar on quality. Pretty soon every single submission will have to be flawless get it accepted.
“Very much about a low-effort bulk production.”
Unfortunately this is what gets the most success on a market like Videohive.
I actually wish I could just filter out the AJ guys from my comments.
Not that I don’t appreciate the enthusiasm and talent over there. I’ve actually taken it upon myself to contact a couple for collaboration, but I didn’t even get a response.
It’s okay man.
Design is always hit or miss and I’m afraid this one is a miss. Just chalk it up as a learning experience and move on.