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Hey all.I have this action on sale http://graphicriver.net/item/seamless-pattern-maker-action-i/reviews/8053980 which requires the user to work on top right corner of the sheet due to masking effects required for this action to work. I have explained it in the HELP FILE that is included in the package.
Now one of the users who has bought it and didn’t bother to read the help file, has rated it low because he hasn’t read the help file! and now the rating is going to be jeopardized and surely will effect the further purchases.
Is there any way to report this to staff or reviewers so they can see the statement in the rating review is wrong so they can remove the rating? I mean, why should the Item get low rating for user’s lack of attention to the guide file?
I ain’t a reviewer, so I dunno how they look at stuff. but from what I see, it’s a unique and nice one. don’t see why can’t it be WP with very same look unless they had some technical stuff in mind. “but it needs significant improvements in terms of aesthetics and attention to details.” Really have no idea!
I also think it’s not fair unless the HTML was approved a year or more ago. Other than that, a soft rejection would be fair if not approval because after all the design and theme is the same and it can only be technical issues that would matter.
When was your HTML version approval date?
I’m working on a PSD template and am using ” Aller ” as the heading font which fits the theme. But can’t find the right font to pair with Aller, which both look good on the template and yet finds its way through with reviewers. when I search the internet it suggests Gentium basic, but its really not the right font. So any ideas?
Thanks in advance.
I also like to know if someone knows a good font to pair with Aller here! This one is quite tricky and I’m eager to find out! So I send this message to ask ” What font do you suggest to pair with Aller as HEading font ” and to subscribe as well.
It is too dull. Boring and so many repetition. seems like it’s just a lot of copy and paste of a few small pieces than a big creation. They can be used for some games, but still lacks something. ‘Seems’ like it’s been made in a rush. I suggest you to do some modifications before you re-submit it, but well, they’re just ‘suggestions’.
• First the tree. The leaves look like 4 repetition of one shape, scaled down. I suggest you to modify them a bit, so the leave benches don’t look just the very same. also try to add some shades in the foreground tree, it’s way too big to be simply flat. Not only these, I also suggest you to add 3-4 more tree variations so even if made into a game, the background wouldn’t look bored and repeated. seamless stuff have more fans. Also with a few minutes extra time, you can add 4-5 color variations for each tree. The more options there is, the better.
• Sky. easily add many variations to it. It’s pretty easy for you. Add morning blue, Noon blue, before sunset sky, sunset, dusk, dark night and dawn.
• The bright green land behind the foreground regardless it’s color and saturation, is JUST the copy of the foreground. It’s like you didn’t put any effort on it. Try to design a whole new layer, different than the foreground land. If made into a game, it’s gonna be parallaxed, so have that in mind to create a more farther land, less heights and smaller details.
• The grey ish blue background shade, It’s nice, but also add some more different trees to it, + create 2 additional layers for more parallax variation/options. No need to say adding some more variation of clouds would be appreciated. (also if you add some more stuff like some random bushes, crates, broken wooden wheel (use imagination) would help it be more appealing.)
Good luck with it.
My first Item got accepted on the first try and sold fine. as I put a huge amount of time, effort and focus on it. Later on, I had many rejections as I thought they were quite good. Kinda disappointing, but believe me, sometimes the reviewers have a real good reason to reject them. as for business cards, Here’s some tips: • Never use any fonts under 7pt for the front side. • Always Use CMYK • pay attention to the dimensions, blades and margins.
Congrats mate. Good luck with sales.
One secret tip about Graphic river: Never give up on reviewers