One time I had a PSD that took me around 100 hours to make. So yes, PSD’s can be worth more than $2000, it all depends on the effort that’s involved!
Like DunKz said, you should try to contact envato support. But what you should also try is posting questions in the author’s support area – most of the authors are happy to help and are very patient, perhaps the difficulty degree is not so high as it looks like right now!
Well no wedding is complete without a little kiss, so let’s see pictures! And congrats about your “little” one, it looks lovely!
I too have completed this, but I’m a little fish in a big sea (although planning to become a whale when I grow up) – but I’m curious to see the results!
Hi VsevolodPankratov, welcome to the forums,
1) There is this help page from envato available here:
This should answer your question. Taking the example of a HTML template, I always put this in my zip archive:
- a folder called HTML – where I put my actual HTML files
- a folder called HELP – where I put my help file (this is mandatory) – you can use this nicely made script: http://revaxarts-themes.com/documenter/
- a folder called PSD – where I put all the PSD files that I used to build my HTML template
2) I am not an expert on licenses, but what I look after in a license is the expression “free for commercial use”. Maybe other people can better answer this question
3) You can start submitting a file for the PSD category, so you can test the waters and see if your designs skills match the required quality Envato is asking for. If you are more of a coder than a designer you can team up with a designer and create the HTML from the PSD files a designer gives you. You can post an announcement for partnership here in these forums
Hope this answers your questions!
Wouldn’t it work if you just used the old fashioned google image search on the jpg?
I too rate my purchased item before downloading it :)) And why not, the envato acceptance criteria is pretty strict so there is little chance of an unfit item passing the review. Plus I understand that authors are not required to offer support and I never take support into consideration when I rate an item. I’d like to have that rate button on the item’s page that I can use directly, after purchase.
I love it when the client is a former designer/developer, I am having a programming problem and he tries to gently help me by giving me ideas about how to solve it. It doesn’t matter if his ideas are not so good or refer to outdated techniques, it’s just nice to see he cares.