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Illustration not accepted. How to delete an illustration after submission but before reviewing?

New Here ,
May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021

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Hi there!

I'm kind of new to both Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Stock. Two of my very first images I drew using Illustrator are attached below. I uploaded them to contributor, but unfortunately they got rejected as "Intellectual Property Refusal". I haven't copied another's work, nor have I used any fonts (I drew the letters by myself), brandnames or anything like that. I wonder why this happened and would be really grateful if someone could help me figure this out. It means a lot to me, because I can avoid future errors. The titles and keywords are as follows:

 

1. World's battle against COVID-19 coronavirus. Illustration.

2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, battle, cartoon, cartoon character, control, corona, coronavirus, coronavirus covid 19, covid-19, defeat corona, defeat covid-19, defend, disease, earth, epidemic, fight, fight for health, fighting coronavirus, fighting covid 19, flu, global, health, health care, illness, illustration, infectious disease, influenza, influenza vaccine, influenza virus, mask, medical, medicine, outbreak, pandemic, pathogen, pathogenic, planet, pneumonia, respiratory, shield, sword fight, symptoms, vaccine, vector, virus

 

2. Battle against COVID-19 coronavirus. Illustration.

2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, battle, cartoon, cartoon character, control, corona, coronavirus, coronavirus covid 19, covid-19, defeat corona, defeat covid-19, defend, disease, earth, epidemic, fight, fight for health, fighting coronavirus, fighting covid 19, flu, global, health, health care, illness, illustration, infectious disease, influenza, influenza vaccine, influenza virus, mask, medical, medicine, outbreak, pandemic, pathogen, pathogenic, planet, pneumonia, respiratory, running, shield, sword fight, symptoms, vaccine, vector, virus

 

My second problem is how to delete an illustration after submission but before reviewing? I have mistakenly uploaded the same image twice. I didn't know my image has been accepted because I'm new to this website, so I uploaded the same image again thinking I didn't upload it earlier. I feel very guilty about this because it will consume the time of the innocent reviewers due to my mistake. Is there any way I could delete a submitted content before reviewing?

 

Thank you.

 

Image 1:

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Image 2:

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[moderator changed the attached EPS files to screenshots to protect OP's intellectual property]

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Adobe Community Professional , May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021
Hi @defaultejrdehojwdk5, I think you should simply delete the "Red Cross". Yes, I know, it's quite strange, but even if it is obviously not the correct Red Cross-logo, moderators will reject with IP violation. May I suggest you simply change it to white and try again?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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You can delete uplaoded images before submitting by selecting the image and then on the panel on the upper right hand side is a waste-basket icon. 

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New Here ,
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Dear sir, is it possible to delete an image 'after' submitting, but is 'within' the reviewing process?

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No. You can delete it after it gets approved. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Sorry, I need to correct @Ralph Lear.

 

The "delete"-function is somehow hidden, but still possible:

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(Sorry for the French, I couldn't get this to English, even that I tried hard, but the "button" is at the same place in any language)

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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New Here ,
May 13, 2021 May 13, 2021

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Hi! I checked this out, but unfortunately I don't have such an option... I reuploaded the image (thanks to you) after editing, but couldn't find the option for deleting the image (so I'd be able to delete any images if I make such foolish mistakes in the future 😀). By the way, the duplicate image I mentioned before got rejected, hopefully I shall not make such stupid mistakes again. But just for the curiosity, I'd like to know why the delete option is not available for my account...

Thank you!!!

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You have an IP refusal because for art work you need a signed IP release signed by the artist (you) and the owner (you). Adobe have no other way to prove in a court that they have the right to sell a license.

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Hi @defaultejrdehojwdk5,

 

I think you should simply delete the "Red Cross". Yes, I know, it's quite strange, but even if it is obviously not the correct Red Cross-logo, moderators will reject with IP violation. May I suggest you simply change it to white and try again?

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Thank you so much!!! I didn't think of it that way. Thank you for your support! I'll try changing it. Thank you!

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You're welcome. Please notify us of the result.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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