As the home page changes too much I find it easier to see what is actually new in the categories I’m interested in by visiting the specific page.
THIS IS GOOD INFORMATION! Thanks for sharing, thepainterman. Now that I know this, it will hurt less when my new item will be on the front page for 4 hours
My new year’s resolution is to focus my comments more
Turn “Good project” into “Great Particles!” or “Nice Bevel!” LOL
oops I wish there was a pause button for the queue then!
VProxy is right, and I know a lot of authors use a wordpress website and a link redirector plugin to manage images and links on the item pages. There is also a plugin for the chrome browser that adds a functionality to this website to enable you to add a mass custom header to all your items. You should be able to find these by searching the forums a little. I know these exist but I can’t seem to find the links anymore. Can anyone help find the threads?
Wow. It’s come to this… Good idea @DoubleX, and as lame as it is to sign up to that site, it’s a good idea to do it just to protect your name!
Well, hold on a second. You might run into some issues with releases, but only if you’re a professional hand model represented by an agency. I believe you would have to sort it out with them in that case.
Last year was my first year and the holidays went by like any other down period. I think I went maybe 2 days without a sale. Just enough time to freak out and reconsider my future in the media industry
Welcome aboard Marco! Find your seat and get comfortable, this is going to be a long ride
I hear what you’re saying @simlos with textures. I’ve always thought of textures as being an exception to the rule for some reason… maybe because as an asset they can be changed or removed easily, and they don’t hold the project together if you know what I mean.
As a buyer, when I see 100% AE, I would expect to run into 0 limitations with customization… changing camera angles, inserting new elements into the scene, modifying all design aspects, changing textures, font sizes etc… and all this from within the AE project file. If your template doesn’t allow this, there’s nothing wrong with that, but I don’t feel that “100% After Effects” is an accurate description. Especially like in @Creattive’s example (I’ve seen that one)... the description contradicts the video preview. I’m in a pissy mood today I don’t know why