Hey. Two drawings were not accepted for me due to "Refusal of intellectual property", I cannot understand where the intellectual property is, these are my drawings and I have a sketch drawn on paper by me. There is no mention of brands in the title and keywords either. Someone can explain to me what is wrong with this picture.
merry christmas and happy new year greeting card with cute retro car with christmas tree on the roof, postcard, poster, vector illustration, flat design
auto, background, banner, car, card, cartoon, celebration, christmas, cute, december, decoration, design, doodle, drive, fun, gift, green, greeting, hand, happy, holiday, illustration, isolated, lettering, merry, new, pine, pink, postcard, poster, print, retro, scandinavian, snow, style, tree, trendy, vector, vintage, white, winter, xmas, year
The intellectual property is the art work itself. You need a property release from the designer. There is no difference when you paid it yourself; Adobe do not know this. So you sign a release with yourself as owner (the painter) and artist (the photographer). It's confusing. If you have a release already, it might be that the retro car is a little too like some real car, just maybe.
Your car looks like a Fiat 500. That may be the problem.
You could try with a property release for the art-work. May be it passes...
BTW: I'm moving this to the stock contributor thread.