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these 2 illustrations of mine were rejected for technical reasons. Can someone help me so that can learn from it?
The pic with the lines was (obviously) created with a graphics program, I guess the problem here is that it doesn`t appear to be realistic when zooming on?! Actually I found the fact kind of funny that the lines are consisting of little dots - who says it has to look realistic? but maybe this is not the reason for rejection?
EDIT 1: I used a hand writing font in the error set (the creator expressly permits this). As long as it`s rasterized it`s allowed I thought?
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I assume you uploaded these files as vectors. They do not look like vector files. Vector file do not go distorted when zoomed because they are not pixelated. You should not upload, or include rasterized elements in your vector submission. Your work should be your own original. Please read the following information, and more so the links provided:
Also read through the conversation and refer to the link at https://community.adobe.com/t5/stock/why-my-content-rejected-due-to-protected-by-intellectual-proper...for more details.
thanks for your answer!
I´m very sure that I didn`t upload the files as vectors.
Thanks for the links. At one point I learned:
"Now you need to ask yourself the question: "Did I create those fonts?" If the answer is no then you cannot submit them as your own assets".
I`m still not sure if I got that right because I see contributor using fonts (definitely not created by the contributors) all over the place on Adobe Stock:
..or were you just refering to using font symbols like "@"?
Thanks for help.
Thank you for the correction. Please note that I do not have access to your account since I am not a staff member. Therefore it is based on what you submit here on the forum that I go from. I can only make assumption based on what I understand from what you post.
Even then, the color, and edges of the first file is not smooth when zoomed. There are lines running though the background. It is likely the same reason for the second rejection - lines not smooth. I do not see any other reason for the rejection, since I do not think the overlapping and crossover lines should be an issue.
ah, ok! thanks, I will improve that.
Could you please say sth. concerning the used fonts (in my last mail).
The text is only a problem when copping someone's work. Using the text to create your own thoughts is ok. I misunderstood you to be saying the design with the text was copied.