Every print-on-demand artist worth their salt (or paint) knows that using heaps of relevant keywords is the best way to get eyeballs on your art. But a recentish change on Redbubble means the order of your keywords is suddenly way more important! I will show you why, and how to use it to your advantage.
Redbubble has added two new products to their extensive range of print-on-demand-ables -- backpacks and duffle bags. Before they released official templates, I quickly whipped up some for you all, so you can get on preparing your new products ASAP.
Currently, when uploading art to Redbubble, you can't actually see what your item will look like on duvet covers until after you've submitted it. To help you make the best possible print-on-demand products, I've designed a template for Redbubble's twin, queen and king sized duvet covers.
If you want your Redbubble products to look their best - correct size, dimensions, seamless pattern - you've gotta use templates. Below is a list of all the templates I could find (and in some cases, make) for Redbubble products.
It's simple logic - artwork looks better when it doesn't have a big nasty seam running up the middle of it. Unfortunately, the Redbubble uploader guidelines can cause this on several products, including water bottles. Today, I'll give you a tutorial on how to make your designs on Redbubble water bottles look totally seamless, using a template I've made for you. Let's do it!
I didn’t expect to see my art stolen this morning, but there it is! You should always be vigilant about this sort of thing, and I wasn't. But now I'm going to expose this Etsy seller, so artists can be sure their art isn't being illegally sold by others.