Hey gazman sorry to hear that, if you really care about frontpage exposure I think you can delete your project and re-upload it… However I would wait for an official permission from Envato staff, I don’t know if this is allowed, it may lead to more troubles
Don’t do this. As mentioned by other members, if you delete your project to get it back on the front page, the project will not be re-accepted
One of the biggest reasons for rejections lately is the composition of a shot. A lot of authors take their camera out into the world, plop it down somewhere and hit the record button without taking into consideration how the shot is composed.
For example, if you’re standing on a rooftop shooting a city skyline, but there’s part of another building obscuring the main subject in an awkward fashion, that shot’s overall quality and usefulness suffers as a result, no matter how good the image quality might be.
Just a quick note to all authors regarding Element 3D projects:
Since the plugin allows anybody to easily create great-looking 3D graphics with just a few clicks, we look for E3D projects that contain more complexity and customization options. Even though it might look great, a simple, nicely-textured 3D logo with a basic camera movement isn’t going to cut it