wlippo saidYou should check their terms but i’m pretty sure you can’t do that
@Demorfoza or anyone who read the thread….can this be done with Istockphoto as well?
Well, I’m not quite sure about that, but from what I’ve just read here:
Electronic Items for Resale or Other Distribution – Unlimited Run
Notwithstanding the restriction contained in section 4(a) of the Standard License Prohibitions prohibiting the use or display of the Content in items for resale, you shall be entitled with respect to this specific Content to produce an unlimited number of the following items for resale, license or other distribution:
electronic templates for e-greeting or similar cards, electronic templates for web or applications development, PowerPoint or Keynote templates, screensavers, and email or brochure templates.
I think, in such case, you can include stock photo with your download. However I’d wait for someone else’s to confirm that.
All of the answer are here, plus many more.
Some authors use assets which they downloaded for free and which are not always free for commercial use. Those are usually all the elements, including palm leaves. You can prepare your design in a way that allows your client to simply put a photo on a smart layer, so in final design it will be exactly as in demo.
Most authors use regular licensed photos from Photodune, which they can’t include in final file. Then, in readme file, all of the links to photos are collected, so your client can buy and use it in your design.
And finally – what you get as a buyer is not just “text”. It’s print-ready design, which saves all of your time and money, that would be spent on hiring a designer. Afterall you won’t find anyone to do such job for $6, or at least you won’t find anyone with any decent skills.
Couldn’t you save it as EPS10?
Depends. From what I’ve seen FB covers along with flyers don’t make price higher. 2 sides do, but it depends on quality, I guess.
If you really don’t aggree with the price you might contact Envato support about it, it’s a long shot though
If you don’t need it to be editable later, you can use Illustrator, add as much stroke as you wish and convert it to outlines
Confirmed. I have the same problem as well with Chrome on Win7.
Good morning, i”m continuing this thread because a customer yesterday had the same problem, he purchased i think 2 items by me but one of it fails to download.
The item has been online for a month and the other buyers had no problems. This customer is asking me to send it via Ftp to him, can i do that? (I think no) I suggested him to open a ticket, for now is the only thing i can do… He also lives in the other side of the planet and comunication is pretty slow, he answers when it’s 3 am here
Any suggestion please?Thanks in advance
If he contacted you via GR message box, then you see if he really bought your item. And if he did – I see no problem with sending him files directly. There’s always a risk with new accounts which go this way, you never know if they really have a problem or use your help in not a good manner.
I always try to find easiest and quickiest solution, including sending project directly to client.
Maintaining hierarchy and styling your text simply don’t allow you to make rainbow out of it
I think I can’t explain it because, for me, this whole work is just designed improperly. There are basics of typography you need to know. Just google it, you’ll find it even in your own language.
Hint: spend some time on watching most appreciated Behance projects. It’s just mine of gems