How Are PPD Pro Earnings Calculated?

PPD Pro Program Earnings are Based on the Subscriber Share Model. The principal idea behind the subscriber share model is that a customer’s subscription revenue goes directly to the contributors whose images they use

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How are PPD Free Earnings Calculated?

PPD Free earnings are calculated based on the total number of downloads a contributor receives across their portfolio.

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PPD Free Vs. PPD Pro: Which is Better for Contributors?


Vecteezy.com is among the top free vector sites in the world, and we also offer a growing library of Pro vectors that require the purchase of our Pro credit or Pro subscription plans. Offering both free and Pro vectors allows us to provide the right resources for the creative task at hand, no matter the designer’s skill level or the project’s budget. While there are benefits to both Free licensing and Pro licensing, our contributors have full control to decide which license fits their content best.

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An Interview with Eezy Contributor: Artefacti


 


Eezy's Marketing Specialist and content acquisition lead, sat down with Germany based creative, Artefacti, to hear first hand about the 15 year freelance veteran's experience joining and earning with Eezy's streamlined three-step contributor program.

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Create Lightsaber Vectors in Adobe Illustrator

In today’s tutorial, we will create intersecting futuristic lightsaber vectors with the help of the blend objects, blending modes, and gradient fills. The tutorial is relatively simple and can be applied to many other Illustrator projects. Let’s get started!

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Quickly Change Fills and Strokes in Adobe Illustrator

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I like to work efficiently, so I get a little annoyed when something slows me down in Illustrator. Have you ever been cruising right along and accidentally added a color to the Stroke of an object when you meant to add it to the Fill? Now you have to go back and do it all over again, wasting time. Luckily, there are a few useful keyboard shortcuts to help change Fills and Strokes in Adobe Illustrator.

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