I am new in Adobe Stock trying to sell my projects.
All of my work is being made by Rhino and V-Ray. Even the models in my images are V-Ray Cosmos assets. Adobe is still requiring model release.
How can I explain for the reviewer that the model in my image is not a real person?!
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You can't and the moderator cannot know that it has not been modelled after a living person. best would be probably to include a property release for the artwork.
Did your description (for customers) make it absolutely clear that these are renders? This is important, especially for photorealistic work, as many customers need to know which one they are licensing. In this case it might also help the moderator.
Model Release or Property Release? Two different things.
3D assets require you to sign a Property Release attesting that you are the artist and rightful owner of the artwork. See links below.
Just as a precision:
If you modelled the 3D after a real existing person, you will also need a model release. The rule is: does the person recognize her- or himself? If you answer this question with a yes, you will need a model release.
Yep, you have been given solid answers here. Sounds like you are doing a great job with the images if they are photo-realistic. You must submit a property release for this type of content. Since you are both the contributor and the intellectual property owner you must sign the property release as both the artist and property owner. It should be relatively quick and painless to attach a release using an Adobe Sign release generated in the portal. Simply email it to yourself, click to sign and then repeat.