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I submitted the two images attached that are photoshop illustrations rather than photographs. These are the only illustrations I have ever submitted. I don't understand why they were rejected for similar file already submitted. Both were rejected and there are no other images that I submitted that are illustrations. Was hoping for a critique on the quality of the art and if its appropriate to Adobe standards. Puzzled because the similar images notice is confusing. Similar to what? Would like to create more art like this but am not sure if I am submitting correctly or if the work is something Adobe would be interested in. Please let me know so I don't try to submit the wrong kind of work again. Thanks!!!
They would probably prefer these as a set. Usage for these images is limited as a clip art I would think. 🙂
Thank you for the feedback. Am not sure how popular this kind of image is myself.
Similar images mean that these images are similar to what you have in your portfolio already, or similar to what they have already in their database.
Adobe Stock does have similar images to the ones I submitted. Since these were my only illustrations submitted I thought it would be just myself that Adobe would compare to. I did a search of Adobe Stock and found that there is someone whose work looks absolutely just like mine. Same style, look and feel. Thank you for the help, I get it now. Thomas