Technical problems. Cause?

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 My illustration was rejected due to "technical issues". Please, tell me, what could be wrong?

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LEGEND , Feb 25, 2022 Feb 25, 2022

Adobe don't look at work with an artist's eye, which can be difficult for the artist. But for my personal opinion: I see on three sides a picture that is complete, but on the bottom a picture that is cut off in a straight line. I would expect to see the ground/shadow beneath the horse to also be complete. But it's hard to know what Adobe will accept for art: they might decide the left side of the man's face is "underexposed" because they judge it the same way as a photograph!

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Feb 25, 2022 Feb 25, 2022

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I like your work. But it seems to be cut off at the bottom, not complete. Did it start on paper, or as a computer design?

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It started as a computer design. Maybe shrink the image a bit and give it more space at the bottom?

 

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A very personal opinion, due to my experience on the subject, I believe that for Adobe observers, everything that is not done by digital means is not valid. Perhaps you should explain what artistic technique you have used so that they can refer it to a better qualified observer... otherwise I am afraid they would reject Augusto Dore himself

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Feb 25, 2022 Feb 25, 2022

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Adobe don't look at work with an artist's eye, which can be difficult for the artist. But for my personal opinion: I see on three sides a picture that is complete, but on the bottom a picture that is cut off in a straight line. I would expect to see the ground/shadow beneath the horse to also be complete. But it's hard to know what Adobe will accept for art: they might decide the left side of the man's face is "underexposed" because they judge it the same way as a photograph!

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Thanks, i will try to fix it

 

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Hi @HardTryer,

In addition to what is said, your picture is lacking too much details - edges, eyes and so on. The right back leg is also fussy. 

Best wishes

Jacquelin

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