November 29, 2007

Are you a digital designer currently selling your work? Are you a digital artist who wants to sell your work in the future? Perhaps you just want to know how to create your own elements effectively! Then you should check out DigiScrapDesigner.com

This is a Subscription only site. To participate you must purchase a yearly subscription. The cost is currently $35.00 per year. Subscribers have access to forums, downloads, tutorials and special features. They may advertise their own kits or digital products in the Product Ads gallery for no additional charge.

Currently, the available tutorials are written for PhotoshopCS/2. There are Subscribers who are using the tutorials with Photoshop Elements 4, and Paint Shop Pro. However, you will need to know your software very well. Subscribers help each other, so assistance is available.

While this community is designed specifically for those graphic artists who are selling their products, or those who are thinking about creating kits for sale to the public, it is open to anyone who wants to subscribe.

Not surprisingly the site store has a large selection of commercial use items for both Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro, as well as a hundred or so personal use kits.

01-05-08 ETA: This was site closed abruptly 12-25-07, and to date subscribers have not heard from the store owner. You can read more about it here.

1-23-08 ETA: The site has reopened but not in the format it was previously.  You can read more about it here. 



  1. Thanks for the all the useful info you always provide on your blog.

  2. Gotta love DigiScrapDesigner! I go there most every day. ALthough make sure you check your TOU on products you buy there. Some you aren’t supposed to use when making freebies for some reason. Anyway, the tuts are awesome and worth the fee alone!

  3. Great info, thanks! Have a great day!

  4. I love DigScrapDesigner! Those tutorials are awesome and you learn so much about your program going through them.

  5. […] DigiscrapDesigner has closed December 27, 2007 On November 29th of this year I reviewed DigiscrapDesigner, but I was unware until now that there had been increasing problems with […]

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