Hello guys, again a flyer is from soft to hard rejection. And I ask for the same reviewer who gave a soft rejecton.
This is the soft rejection.
Unfortunately your submission Flyer Template Party Madness isn’t quite ready for GraphicRiver. Here’s some feedback from our Review team on why it couldn’t be accepted.
This item needs some additional work before being accepted to the marketplace.
The color scheme is working nicely. Consider using the yellow/green hues as a minor accent color in the bottom of the flyer.
The typography still requires a little polishing. The text in the bottom half of the flyer needs to be polished and worked on a bit more (with consideration to the hierarchy of the text). It currently feels like all of the text is demanding the same amount of attention.
Since so much of the composition of this item depends upon the photo of dancer, consider including a link in your documentation where buyers can purchase or download the photo.
The pink car in the background is a bit distracting. It’s nearly centered in the composition which is throwing off the nice asymmetry balance of the dancer, title and text. Try working with the car a bit more, making it small/more behind the photo, or consider removing it.
So i followed all his advices and get a hard rejection ( maybe by another reviewer ) I changed the girl too because she fits perfect with the background.
Under the soft and the hard rejection.
Be careful at perspective depth. Try to do elements in the foreground more darker than the ones in the background. This help you to add some composition drama and nice depth effect. Now the image is flat with no depth feel. Title font reflection look unfinished. Try to remove that stars/snow whatever they are. Use real lens effects instead of that white bright light. Work on hierarchy DJ,s info are more important than date info (switch between and make the DJ’s bold). The model shadow is completely wrong because the light came from behind and the shadow should be in front. In this case is better to use a very soft shadow. The floor texture is low-res. and the tiles don’t follow the perspective lines. As I told you last time. you don’t know the basic rules of composition.
Thnx your right at the girlshadow , and your usefull feedback.
Bro you are really getting better, don’t give up just keep on practicing and don’t worry about rejection it happens to the best and the richest of us.
Thnx Anrhamza, No I never give up and ot makes me better and better and learn a lot. But it’s very hard making good stuff wich reviewers like.
Yea, just keep trying bro. The thing about the tile floor outside is that it looks kind of odd. With my “Noire Night” flyer, which is simmilar to your idea, I used an actual bridge to make it seem more believable/realistic.
But good luck!