Hello! I submitted several images to be considered for adobe stock and they were all denied for 'quality issues'. I was wondering if I could get some feedback about what I could change about them to make more acceptable? Thanks for your time!
The cutout work on the edges is not good, and the background can be seen. Are these artworks that you created?
The edge of the files are not smooth when zoomed. They appears to be raster graphics that you try to crop.
There are gaps in the outer border.
None of these will be accepted and if they are not your own creation you'll need permission to submit them.
When doing such graphics, consider using a vector drawing program, like Adobe Illustrator, instead of a pixel drawing program. And you should also keep the background transparent. When sticking with something like Photoshop, you should use sharp pens for the lines. As pixel images, you should submit PNG files with a transparent background.
They're cute but they look like stickers on an artboard.
Did you design these yourself? Did you use a vector graphics app like Illustrator?