Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Need a watermark?

Are you looking for a watermark to protect and identify the creations you post online?

If you'd be interested in having me tailor one of my ideas above to your personal information for a small fee, email me with your preferences (please use the numbers above for reference - you can click on each collection of pictures for a larger view)! I will be sticking close to the same fonts and flourishes, unless you totally hate them. :) I will work up a sample, and send you a link to view it online. If you're satisfied, you can send me a payment via Paypal (I will send the payment request at the same time).

Regarding Paypal payments - I just have the 'free account' so I can only accept bank-based Paypal payments or payments from your Paypal balance. I cannot accept credit card payments. These will be denied. Thanks...and sorry for the inconvenience to you...but I'm not interested in having a paid account.

Your watermark(s) will be emailed to you in a zipped .png file, which can be layered over a photo using most photo editing software, or Microsoft Publisher. I'm sorry I don't have any experience with programs other than PhotoImpact 12 and Microsoft Publisher. There are several threads on SCS that cover using watermarks in other programs; there are also 2 free downloadable programs that I know of, but have not used...

As long as your photo-editing program has the capability to layer images, it should work for your watermark.

Cost is #1.00 per element (so #1 above would be $3.00, #8 would be $4.00, etc). If you'd like a (C) line or a website line added to any of the designs above, the $1.00 fee would apply - just let me know what you would like. I can also change your original (white/transparent) watermark to any other color for an additional $1.00 (per color). Some people prefer to have a white and a grey version.

If you're interested in seeing some of the work I've done for other people, take a look here.


  1. you should hae some place for testomonials! :-) Just another satisfied customer!

  2. I do a little dabbling with digital stuff and am wondering where you got the swirls that come out of the butterfly's "butt" on #14. Would you share? nancy at elrick dot ca