Yes, layers are fine
Yes, quite a lot
There’s problem with spacing, typography and overall composition.
First flyer is a bit flat, in not a good way. Shadow under top ribbon is weird, the ribbon itself is stretched vertically and looks bad. There’s no shadow under cup of coffee.
Spacing and alignment of text is a bit off, whole design needs to be reworked.
Second flyer has too many fonts, I see 5 of them, am I right? Try to use 2 or 3 fonts (4 if you really have to and know when to use it). Do not include any social media icons in your templates, they will be rejected for this reason alone.
There’s already a number of various device mock-ups. Yours doesn’t bring anything fresh, so despite being a decent item, it’s just not unique enough
I think this may have a strong chance
This design is way too minimalistic. When your client changes the logo for his own, there’s nothing left on the card but few lines of text and he can create such BC on his own. You need to be more creative, your work has to be unique and appealing in it’s own way. Good luck
The texture is called “fabric”
I’m sure you’ll find something interesting here:
Try not to create more than one item with the same name. You will have problem with Envato Analytics where item names have to be different to show stats properly.
Also your clients may ask about specific item, where you will have the same problem as with rejection – you will have no idea which item is he referring to
You mean feedback from reviewer? Unfortunately this is not an option, I’m really stunned one reviewer took part in the discussion in other thread. I don’t remember seeing such input from any reviewer in this category.
There are some bad, some really good templates as well. This depends on many factors and can sometimes be a simple mistake or overlook.
Yes, it’s nice. In my opinion there’s one more thing to improve – size of title/slogan. Now it’s a bit too small and too low/close to information part. Otherwise I really like it
Yes and no. Some buyers may be disencouraged with low-rated items, but usually people are also looking at comments and see if you’re supportive and if there are any unsolved issues with your file.
Golden stars are always welcome though:)