…but no one here cares.
You really should have the Derby rejections done by someone who actually knows something about making art and what a photo is.
…but no one here cares.
no clue what this is about, but… I’ll go along with that!
For the second time, they had a Derby entry rejected under the premise that a photo was used.
@TLBKlaus is upset because, according to them, it was not a photo.
I wanna see ! I wanna see! I love art!
Most likely these…
I have to admit that no one, in my entire life, thought that one of my paintings or sketches was a photo. Hats off to y’all! Rejection, in this case, is actually a compliment!
I’m not an artist.
It seems to my non-artist eye that you began with a photo (or some other photo realistic mechanism), that you then applied various filters to manipulate into its finished form. 1) apparently someone with a voice that matters decided it is a photo, b) it looks like it might be difficult to appropriately transfer onto a t-shirt, and III) sampling music into your own song is (at least in this century) considered IP infringement unless agreements/royalties/whatever are made with the underlying content owner.
That is all.
…that one did cross the line, but I was talking about the other one. That’s based on a render I made, not a photo.
if I made some simple designs in AAA logo ( it can resize and save as vector files, etc ) are those allowed to be submitted or is this just for adobe software users ? I guess it does use “Clip Art”. But I paid for this library of images and they can be heavily modified. I don’t draw, but I have done some logos and designs for streaming and a couple here for local use. I get that being kind of lame vs original drawings. It’s more graphic design and fitting pieces together in a nice way, rather than drawing something.
I wouldn’t need any templates or anything. And all of the images are approved for commercial use.
Something like this is just a random thing i came up with. It is not complete. Not sure why I chose to give this one a background of black.
Or this is an example of a logo i have done, tho this is obviously very unpolished. I dug these out of my email, I haven’t messed around with graphic design in a long time, though.
Basically does this count as clip art? (Also you can use any font file)
Clip art is kind of square, but there is beauty in simplicity. But there’s also being on brand, I get that
Thank you for the context!
This was one of them:
Thank you for your comment, sorry I do not know enough about art for you. From a surface level, these designs look as if they were photos that filters have been applied to. If that’s not the case, I would love to see your design process. As bsmith showed, that Dune design is clearly a photo. If you 3D modeled it and then photo edited it from there, you may want to look to change the model to differ from the original photo.
As long as you own the rights to what you are using, we TYPICALLY do not have an issue.
Instead of being upset about the rejection, you may want to look through the catalog and see what actually gets printed.
Some of my favorite designs that I drew, do not get chosen to print.
Designs that get printed, more often than not, are simple and to the point. Overly processed/filtered designs RARELY even get considered for print. Either you have a distinct style that woot voters like, you have a VERY clever bit of text, or a combo of both executed well. Woot has always taken the stance that they want art that is made by a human. Not overly processed photos. Probably another reason that AI generated art is not accepted.
That thing is real?!
I am dying to know how you made the star trek one.