I thought it would be a good idea to review some of the different services I use. This review is for 123RF, a microstock agency.
A microstock agency is basically a stock art site that lets artists post their artwork on the site and sell royalty free licenses. Artists retain all the rights to their work and collect a percentage of the royalties when their artwork sells on the site.
Although earnings are the main reason to join a site, they aren’t the only reason. The site is fairly easy to use. It doesn’t have FTP upload for illustrations That makes the uploading process a little more time consuming, but not as bad as the champion of tedious uploading, iStockphoto.
Overall, 123RF is a steady stream of income. If you’re looking for another small source of income, then you might want to check it out . If you are looking for a big earner, then you may want to skip this site.
This post was written on IllustrationInfo.com. Content copyright 2008 Cory Thoman.