I saw in your portfolio that you working the most time on 3-d objects and I guess you know what you are doing or how it works. Now you are trying to combine your objects with an print product, like a flyer layout.
At first…in my opinion 3-d objects are not every time the best base for a flyer layout. In this case. they let the flyer look a little bit cheap. The main point why your item was rejected and which is a really critical point, is the typo of that flyer. It looks unfinished.
I suggest you to improve your print-layout skills, learn a bit about fonts + typography and try to upload it again. I will check the layout again, if you want to. But please upload it again here on the forum, so other guys can also profit from this thread.
fine Good luck with your item.
I could do the german translation. Please contact me over my profile with some further instructions.
what do you exactly mean? If you want to sell an editable cover, you can put it in the Web Elements category…may be in the Social Media area. Is this your question?
Thanks for the links. Now I can see it clearly
In my opinion your logo looks basically good, but it has also a touch of “incompleteness”. Try to work on the idea. I see that you play around with an eye symbol. This is not bad, but it should be visible for the client or GR, so it has his unique look. If you want to simplify your logo, try to reduce the random squares in the background. I hope this helps for some thoughts
Good luck Martin
I only see a black image with a little touch of your logo…sorry.
Hi and welcome to Graphicriver M_Angheluta,
it seems that there is an error with the preview file. It is too dark to identify any critical points. Could you please upload a better version? Thanks
I guess it can be the fact, that such a kind of item is already available on the market. Try to make it unique and may be it will be accepted. Good luck.
This is a really much discussed topic. In my opinion anything should be changed on the download-workflow. Or the client should receive any benefit, if they rate the item that he/she purchased.