Last month I was accepted as a contributor to iStockphoto.
So, in this post I will share my experience in passing the exam with those who also want to become Istocks contributors.
My Totem design won another challenge on RedBubble! I am so exchited:)
New set of cartoon maps is available for sale on my RebBubble page. Please have a look at all designs here.
Today let me introduce you Elly and Alex Ivanov. In this interview they will share their microstock experience with us and will tell us some tips of how to become successfull too.
So, here we go:
In this tutorial I will tell you about some tips of how to use Blend Tool in CorelDRAW.
Let’s first look at the picture below, where I used Blend Tool to draw flying hearts:
This time I am very pleased to take an interview from Jack Lightfoot (aka Heavyhand).
I became addicted to Jack’s designs since I first saw them on RedBubble; they really look fantastic on t-shirts!
So, let’s get started:
I recently wrote an article about how to sell microstock, where I shared my experience of selling images on ShutterStock, Istock and VectorStock.
In this article I decided to concentrate more on how to correctly upload your vectors to ShutterStock.
Today I am glad to interview Zomboy – an Autralian based artist. He’s got really great conceptual designs, which look awesome on tees.
Continue reading to find out more about Zomboy, and to have a look at some of his designs:
Vector set of 4 Christmas cards is available to download for free! To see other similar images please visit my VectorStock portfolio.
Enjoy:) And Happy holidays!
Today meet a successfull microstocker and a cool photographer – Olena Kucherenko, also known as Nanka!
Nanka is a Ukrainian based artist. In this interview she will tell us about her stock experience, and will give some advices of how to start as a stock photographer.