tomspc wrote:I bet you were rejected because you neglected to put a unicorn or rainbow in your drawing. Follow the rules please! lol
Brilliant! I should have thought of that.
A burning unicorn, falling through a rainbow coming out of the eye (just to stay in the theme of the design).
bluetuba wrote:Well, if you do have evidence that this isn't a photo you might want to present it lest this just get rejected again.
I have - I emailed it to them (jpgs of my illustrator scratch files, before applying the gradients).
Also, I figured that using the same gradient process on the title of the design (and to animate my "Vote" banner), would make it obvious I didn't use a photo.
I guess I was wrong on that score.
tjschaeffer wrote:You definitely got a raw deal. It doesn't look to me like any photos were used. Revoted.
Thanks! Just frustrated that I wasn't even asked, since nobody produced any "photos" it was supposedly made from. I purposely did not use the same design as the movie (the LotR eye is round, and uses a different color progression and iris style/pattern), just to avoid such accusations.
ochopika wrote:Maybe the rejectionator is thinking about the fire, is that all hand-drawn? Sometimes things get rejected if they use a brush that is made from photos... not saying that's what you did, but maybe that's what it looks like.
That's what I figured (that they're thinking about the fire).
The fire is all made from gradient patterns.
Thanks again, y'all