If you have any other questions that are not answered here, contact me.
When a purchase is made, download links usually appears at the end of the checkout process. It may take a few seconds for the system to finish processing the purchase.
Also, an email is sent with download links of the products you've purchased. Check your inbox 📫. It is rare for those emails to arrive as spam. But it could happen. Check that folder too.
If you need to re-download your assets, the only way to do that for now is via these emails. Links won't expire.
Yes. Just as you are free to paint a portrait of your pets and a Mona Lisa the next day with the same brush you've purchased at the art store.
Common Sense™ apply in this matter.
There are some things you can't do though, and you will probably need to request a special license. Read the next section to know more.
For usual creative work – using the assets on top of your creative work, and then publishing it, printing, selling it — this license may be enough for you.
Each purchase applies to the Common Sense™ License.
Yes. If, for instance, you're making a software, web, or tool that bundles the assets and their contents on it as-is or with minor modifications, you can request a license tailored to your specific use case.
If you believe that a product does not meet your expectations or does not suit your purposes, I will refund your money within 30 days of purchase.
Just contact me and we will sort it out.
Due to the nature of digital products, you can keep them once you buy it. There is no such a thing as returning digital files. Because of it, some guidelines apply. Read them here.
Mockups, specifically PSD Mockups, are Adobe Photoshop templates crafted in a way that it will visually transform your artworks and designs to have a certain look and feel.
For instance, given the Torn Paper series of mockups you can make your designs look like real paper.
They can be really useful for branding and pure aesthetic use-cases, but I've also seen them used to communicate ideas and make presentations more interesting.
Each mockup is a world. Sometimes they are built to be very customizable to your needs. That's why each martyr— mockup has its respective Layer Panel in the asset description, so you can see precisely what you will get.
Check out the free selection of mockups to play with and get the idea.
Similarly to mockups, textures are image files designed to visually complement your artworks and designs, giving them a certain look and feel
They are not restricted to a single application. Files are usually transparent PNG files that can be used in pretty much every image editing application. Even Microsoft PowerPoint is able to handle transparent PNG files.
They don't provide the level of complexity, customization and capabilities of a mockup. The positive trade-off is that textures are much simpler and made for certain use-cases where mockups can't compete technically and aesthetically speaking.
The mockups and PS FXs won't work in Photoshop for iPad or Web.
They are made to be used in Adobe Photoshop for Windows or macOS, the desktop versions.
Every asset you download is packaged in a zip file. Zip is an archive file format useful to bundle many files inside one, making it really useful to send things over internet.
It is widely supported by macOS and Windows.
In Finder, simply double click the zip file and you will get a new folder in the same directory as the zip file, with all the files inside it.
Windows has a native tool to view zip files in the files explorer. Just double click the zip file and you will see the content. Extract the content of it, and that's it.
You may have 3rd party software to view zip files installed, such as Winrar, Winzip or 7-zip. The procedure is basically the same as described before.
Me :) I'm Alejandro by the way. Hi! 🤗
Tecnhical issues, interesting stuff, or just saying hi: go ahead! Here’s the contact form.
But please stay away if you come with those copy-paste cheap “marketing” pitchs. I have already set up cleaning filters for those.
Pretty much, yes. Except accounting. I don’t have the proper legal knowledge to know how to do it and I don’t want to mess that up.
I learn whatever I want as long as I find it useful or fun. For instance, I wanted to make this page because I really wanted to step up martyr—. Then I just learned web dev and make it happen.
That is basically how I approach everything in life.
I generally like doing things alone. I love technology and I automate a lot of tasks with software and programming skills. Computers, used wisely, can be a powerful ally.
...but I recognize there are things that clearly have to be crafted by brilliant human hands. Photographing assets, making 3D models, programming (machine learning has a lot of potential btw), designing the covers and images for the assets, ship those visual to social media, etc.
I’m just one small human and I have limited energy. If you think you can make the creative scene a better place and you see martyr— as the medium to do it, talk to me.
I don’t care about pieces of paper hanging on walls. What really matters is that you know how to DO stuff.
The Inter typeface family. Free and open source. I LOVE IT.