Purchase Gallery Images at Renderosity
While browsing the galleries - Have you ever come across a stunning piece of art and only wished you could frame it and hang it from your wall? Perhaps you love it so much that you'd like to have it printed on your favorite t-shirt.
The Renderosity Team is excited to announce that, effective immediately, community members will have the option to purchase images from our galleries. Regardless of how you plan on using these images, you can be sure you'll be representing your love of creativity and digital art.
Downloading high-resolution images offers extreme flexibility in how you can use the image(s) you love! Please be advised that not every gallery image is available for sale. It's up to the individual artist to determine if they want to sell their work.
In order for an item to be available for sale through the Renderosity MarketPlace - The image that an artist uploads must meet a minimum requirement of 2000 pixels x 2000 pixels at 300 d.p.i.
Below is a screenshot showing how to easily navigate to find gallery images that are being offered for sale.
Below is a screenshot showing the Buy Image option on a gallery image page.
Once you purchase an image, you can then visit your My Account page and download the image.
Interested in Selling Your Art?
Do you create images you feel others may want to purchase? You now have that option as well. Simply go the upload gallery image page as normal and click the "Yes, I want to sell this image" and follow the simple upload process for those.
As always, buyers of these images must adhere to our end-user licenses. Images can be purchased with either a Personal Use License, Commercial & Personal Use License or a Tangible Product License. We'd encourage you to review each of these prior to purchase.
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Instructions suggest that if you click the Yes I want to sell button you get prompted to upload the sale copy. Suppose the original image is 1200 by 1500 at 72 dpi ar 400K, Can you than upload a sale copy that is 2400 by 3000 and 200 dpi and how many KB. You don't get something for nothing. Making an image big at the same KB limit reduces contrast and color depth which is fine for printing. Still not clear how the upload for sale process works and what the rules are.
When you click I want to sell it will tell you if the image is not within the size guidelines. and you can then upload an image that is the correct size. There is no limit on the full-size image for weight. That will take whatever the image is. If you go through the upload process for a gallery image and click the sell box, the instruction are all there for you. And we think they are pretty good.
I see no information on how and how often payments are made. I didn't see anything about collection of information for payment, as in a PayPal email address or information necessary for a 1099, as social security number. Is there a dashboard for keeping track of sales, so you know what has sold, what is most popular in terms of genre and license?
When you start to submit your fist image for sale you will see the payment information and how that is done. Yes, if you click the SALES icon at the top of the gallery, if you have images for sale or that are eligible to be sold you will see a list of images and sales there.
Good luck with your new venture, we sell a lot of digital art on other sites and look forward to added them here as well. How do I make the gallery images that I have already uploaded for sale? is there an option or feature for that or do I need to re upload them and click the for sale button? Thank you for your assistance.
Is there a low res. version put on the website to prevent theft-by-rightclick, print screen etc? Otherwise if the full res. one is put on the site isn't it easy for people to just steal it using 'Save As'? A 72dpi (for instance) version on screen would download as too low res to print properly and would perhaps prevent 'theft' ?