ifourdezign’s artwork is currently exclusive to Redbubble. Therefore, no other store, tee shirt seller or POD site has been granted permission to sell the artist’s work. However, if when browsing, you happen to come across work you believe belongs to ifourdezign then please be kind enough to inform the artist ASAP via Twitter – Thank You

To navigate around ifourdezign’s shop

Men’s Apparel | Women’s Apparel | Wall Art | Device Cases
Home Decor | Stationery | Bags

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Can’t locate the ♥ icon on apparel pages?

Back in late 2017, RB released a ‘new look’ apparel page (see here), promising all sorts of changes which were supposed to benefit both buyer and seller. Unfortunately, to date, these changes have failed to materialise. An oversight by RB which has, over many months, impacted significantly on all who regularly use the site. And, in particular, the way we all shop for apparel on RB.


So, what’s different?

Aside from the different layout, RB has chosen to remove a number of previously popular items that work, just fine, on the old style product pages.

These include:

  1. Visible share to social media icons – Or at least ones that work!
  2. The ♥ icon – To fave all apparel
  3. The option to back print on Tees/Hoodies
  4. No ‘Edit’ button – To assist sellers who want to quickly edit

While RB assures its users all the above will, eventually, be fixed, so far, much time has elapsed and no changes have been actioned. Which means, for the interim, you are advised to ♥ an item via a product instead.

To do this within an apparel page:

  1. Scroll down the page
  2. Find the Available On Product link – See my journal for more
  3. Select the link

Here you will be presented with several preview photos, giving you access to all products, including apparel, an artist has enabled for sale. Please note: Numbers shown may vary. This is purely artist dependent.

  1. Select any product that isn’t apparel and hit the ♥ icon

This will now go to your favourites and will be available for future purchase.


Why is a product I previously favourited for future purchase no longer available on the website?

In many instances, the disablement is:

  1. Temporary – Artwork has been set to private by the artist to prevent no one purchasing artwork while changes are being made to the design.
  1. Because artwork has been removed from public sale by the artist – While you are always welcome to contact an artist direct, albeit via bubblemail (if available) social media/website etc, please note the disclosure of why artwork has been removed is completely at the artist’s discretion.
  1. Because artwork has been removed from public sale by RB – In this instance, RB will only disclose reasons why artwork has been removed from the website to the seller.

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Want to surprise someone with a Redbubble gift but can’t decide what item to buy? Then make it hassle-free and send them a Gift Certificate All you need to do is, set the price, hit the buy button and hey presto!

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Do you know where your RB products are shipping from?
Let’s face it, no one wants to get stung by customs duty. And seeing as Redbubble don’t have a jet to help deliver orders to your door, you may want to check where your orders are being sent from before you hit the buy button! (Especially if you reside in the UK). It could help save you a few £££££’s.

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Dezign with a Zee

With an extensive background in magazine publishing ranging over a period of sixteen years, ifourdezign has attained a varying array of skills in layout and print media. However, away from the complexities of working in four colour print, ifourdezign’s personal passion since childhood lies more within the realms of photo-manipulation and digital photorealism particularly in portraiture.

Therefore, in 2009, after the purchase of a small Wacom tablet, plenty of practice and a few choice words, a love affair with digital art/painting was soon realised, and was the crux behind ifourdezign ditching traditional mediums in favour of owning an iMac and the Adobe Creative Suite.

‘In the workplace I used the creative suite for many years, but still consider myself a self-taught digital artist. In fact, I didn’t get my first home computer until the grand old age of twenty-five. Which sounds ridiculous now when you think kids, these days, practically come out of the womb clutching a tablet being able to code in HTML.

Yet, even though digital media was still in its infancy during my era and packages like photoshop and illustrator were only accessible in professional studios, I’ve never compromised on quality. Nor do I ever settle for the easy options when it comes to creating decent digital art. So, whilst it can be a big change, dropping a paintbrush or a pencil in favour of a tablet/pen, the transition from traditional to digital art, least for me, was relatively painless.

In fact, I’ve probably become more of a perfectionist these days with an even bigger obsession for detail’. — ifourdezign


Key Focus:
To create high quality, detailed, photo-realistic work utilizing both 2D and 3D software.


Key Interests:
Photorealism – Digital Painting and Portraiture | Photo-Manipulation | Vector Art | 3D Art & posing software | Typography | Fan Art | Tee shirt design


ARTWORK ON REDBUBBLE

All artwork and photographic material on this site is the intellectual property of ©ifourdezign. All rights reserved.

Work has been created using licenced software Adobe Photoshop | Adobe Illustrator / 3D Software. Photography featured is, where stated, digitally enhanced.

Photo-realistic paintings are created over a number of hours/days / maybe even weeks! You will not find any paint-overs here. Stage progressions are available on some work at Behance

Vector Art is hand drawn and does not contain live trace filters. Typographical work featured uses commercially free/licenced fonts.


Feedback:
For whatever reason, it still seems to scare folks. Yet, often or not, it’s the only practical way sellers can establish what is being said regarding products on the RB site. So, if you have purchased an item from me, and don’t mind sharing a photo, or want to comments on a product, please leave some me feedback. Preferably on Twitter

Constructive comments only, please. Anything deemed offensive, inappropriate or abusive will be reported or removed.

However, if you have a grievance with your purchase be it the wrong size, the wrong product, or you are unhappy with the quality you MUST contact Redbubble support* direct. No artist on this POD site can deal with quality issues.


Sharing & crediting ifourdezign’s artwork:
If you choose to share, or make reference to any of ifourdezign’s designs artwork featured on this site, either within or outside the Redbubble community, please be kind enough to credit ©ifourdezign as the original creator/owner of the work, making sure all links are relevant, live and come back to this account – http://www.redbubble.com/people/ifourdezign – TY


Where else can you find me?
Portfolio SitesBehance | Deviant Art (see links on my page for my other fanart site)


Social MediaTwitter | Tumblr


For more info on my interaction with Pinterest please read


If you’ve got this far down the page, may I thank you for taking the trouble to stop by. Your time here’s very appreciated.

What is Direct to Garment Printing? (DTG)

Tees printed at Redbubble will be printed using the direct to garment process, often referred to as DTG.


What is Sublimation Printing?

Graphic Tees/dresses, contrast tanks are printed using a process called sublimation

These videos are for reference only. For more information on what range of printers/inks RB use please contact a member of the RB support team direct.

  • Joined: March 2013

Journal

New Available Products link for RB apparel pages

Finally, after many months of pushing, RB has given users what we have been asking for since the new apparel pages launched in October 2017. A link to our products! / In effect, this now means you should be able to access a similar set of previews (as is illustrated on the original Product Carousel) via a link below your additional product photos indicating the number of items you have available …
Posted 7 months – Leave a comment

Creating and managing collections (Beginner)

There are two options. / 1: Go into a collection you have already created > look across to a list on your left and highlighted at the bottom in red should be New Collection… You can also drop/drag work into these collections with ease and also change the order your work sits in with ease. / 2: Via Manage Portfolio – Check the little box right underneath Manage Portfolio – It will give you a li…
Posted 11 months – Leave a comment

Bringing an old Wacom Intuos3 back to life!

Back in the old days when my tablet was all shiny and new / Even though I consider my Wacom Intuos3 to be in fairly good nick for an old piece of hardware, I now realise that for most of my Wacom life, I’ve been ignorant and naive when it comes to its upkeep. / For instance, I have always assumed, once the ‘original’ surface that shipped with the product became damaged, it was c…
Posted about 1 year – Leave a comment

Don't leave folks guessing! (Beginner)

It still surprises me how many folks, including those who’ve been on the site for years, are either unaware of the Link To Other Sites option in your account settings or just randomly forgo filling in their social media site addresses. / And why wouldn’t you? It is, after all, a great way to let your buyers and other sellers know exactly where they can find you. / To locate, Go to Acc…
Posted almost 2 years – 5 comments
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