Spend a whole day tweaking this Synthwave logo template to get the perfect chrome and neon look with layer style effects in Adobe Photoshop. And then you can upload the graphic for example to the Graphicriver or Creative Market store. But make sure to choose the correct category! Otherwise the reviewers will reject your work. Both stores are very strict regarding quality and your keywords. Do not use too many unrelated keywords. Again the common rule “less is more” and “quality over quantity” also applies here!
When you submit Photoshop graphics structure your layers in folders with clear naming so that your customers can quickly find out how your design elements work together in Photoshop. Do not upload only the PSD file alone! Create a folder containing the .psd and a preview .png file and also all .ttf TrueType and .otf OpenType font files (but only when they are free to use fonts or designed by you). Photoshop does NOT include the fonts in the .psd file. Also add a small Readme.txt file describing the content of your folder and explaining the structure of your Photoshop design on how to change the elements so that your customers can adopt your stock design to their needs. You can find many free fonts at Google Fonts or Fontsquirrel.com and manage them easier with the SkyFonts app.
Morning Light (Synthwave Logo Template Mix)
The “Morning Light” song you can hear on this page is actually the absolutely first recorded song by TobyFree.com Records. It was inspired by sunrises in the morning and played on a Roland Fantom Xa workstation. A fantastic Rompler with many classic Roland sounds. The only negative disadvantage in my humble opinion is the weight of 24 lbs which makes touring and playing gigs not easier! That is one of the reason why I sold mine in favour of a Yahama NP 30 as the master keyboard in the recording studio. For playing bass and melody the same time one needs more than the standard 61 plastic toy keys like many synthesizers have. The Yahama NP 30 has a Graded Soft Touch keyboard with 76 keys and is very leightweighted. But if you really want to go professional you should definitely consider a fully-weighted hammer-action keyboard with 88 FATAR keys from our beloved Italy!