- How will I get paid for my tutorials?
We pay for each tutorial once it is sent and evaluated by us. The price may vary depending on the length, difficulty... of the tutorial and this price is set by the art director.
- How long should my tutorials be?
The length of the tutorial is up to you, because you’re the one that knows the time required for each step. There’s no limit!
But just so you know, the regular length of our video tutorials is from 2 to 30 minutes, and you can always split the video into two parts. But we also make longer tutorials which we call “Courses” that can last around 90 minutes and are divided into lessons.
For written tutorials the average is around 20 steps, but as we said before, there are no limits.
- What are our tutorials about? Do I choose my own themes?
Our platform tutorials are about all things related to digital art: design, illustration, animation…
Usually, you turn in a list of proposals for tutorials or courses, and the Art Director chooses the ones he/she is most interested in.
- Do I have to send in anything else?
If it’s your first time working with us, you should send a short bio of yourself along with all of your social media profiles.
For every tutorial, you should send us a .JPG (1349x705px) of the final image, after you have followed all the steps in the tutorial or course. For the blog, you should include a header and a short written intro.
We also require the .AI or .PSD final of the end result because sometimes, we have to make adjustments for our social media.
- What format should I send my tutorials?
For written tutorials, you must send us two things:
- A .doc file (please avoid .PDF files) with the tutorial itself, step by step, with all the images included as they would appear in the final post on our web.
- A folder with all the images named in order (e.g., 01, 02, 03…). Images must be 830px wide. If in one of the steps you have more than one image, please put them all together in the same image, with a white background.
For video tutorials you must send:
- An .mp4 file, format: H.264, size: 1920x1080
To join as a design instructor, you can send your application here: https://join.freepik.com/instructor