Making Money on Strong Logos

As a logo designer, chances are you will have quite a few designs lying around that were rejected by clients — which also means a lot of time and energy gone down the drain. As such, Strong Logos is created as an online marketplace to give these designs a new lease of life. It’s a win-win situation: buyers are also able to find a design that’s perfect for their needs, and you get paid in the process.

EDIT: Strong Logos has decided to stop their online marketplace


Making Money on SunFrog

SunFrog is quite different from sites like Redbubble; it’s not a print-on-demand service per se, but actually relies on affiliate campaigns to sell designs. You will find the most success on SunFrog if you already have a social following that you can share your own campaigns to. Otherwise, you will have to wait for sellers to use your designs in their campaigns before you can make money. As such, it’s not the best form of passive income, but as the saying goes, something is always better than nothing.

EDIT: If you forgot your password, don’t try to log in too many times. I just got my account blocked for doing so


Recreating the Instagram Icon in Inkscape


If you like to share your photos with the rest of the world, you will probably be familiar with Instagram, a simple way to capture and share the world’s moments. Recently, Instagram has introduced an updated icon design, representing a simpler camera and the rainbow lives on in gradient form. In this tutorial, you will be recreating the icon from scratch using simple shapes, as well as the Gradient tool.


Creating an Autumn Tree Pattern in Inkscape


In this tutorial, you will be creating an easy autumn tree pattern in Inkscape. Similar to Creating a Meteor in Inkscape, you will mostly work with the Rectangle and Ellipse tools. However, you will also be introduced to Create Tiled Clones, which allows you to create and customize repeating patterns. In fact, the whole process is very easy, and shouldn’t more than an hour, so let’s get started! Credits to Sharon Milne for coming up with the original tutorial.