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Topic: Custom Afridrilles - Questions / Design Tips
ArtAttic Posted: Wednesday, August 07, 2019 4:16:24 PM
James C wrote:
Art Vixen wrote:

James C., please clarify how stripe patterns, made in a seamless repeat, should be applied to the espadrilles? Their email replies are unclear as to what the problem is.


We are working on a more detailed responses to a variety of questions and will be updating the help article in the next day.

James C


I am looking forward to the 'detailed responses', and very much hope it will clear up things to the max, since the content reviews of which designs are acceptable and which ones will get rejected apparently cause enormous confusion among designers, including me. For example... days ago certain designs got accepted. And today the exact same designs, with the exact same placements, but with different background colors get rejected. The inconsistency is totally beyond belief.

If the reviews are done by several different employees, please give them all the same instructions at the same time, so every one of them knows exactly which ones are yes's and which ones are no-no's. This waiting game for e-mails whether your design is approved or not is taking the fun out of making designs for these shoes. And since it states in the policy that Continued violation of these constraints may result in your access to the product being revoked it should be perfectly clear of what we can submit and what we can not submit. Nobody is waiting to get their access to making these espadrilles revoked. Right now it seems we are subject to the whims of the reviewers. Not a place any of us should find ourselves in, no matter if certain kinks still need to be ironed out or not.

So again, I'm anticipating the answers Z will give us to the questions that have come up in this thread.
Topic: Custom Afridrilles - Questions / Design Tips
ArtAttic Posted: Wednesday, August 07, 2019 4:16:24 PM
James C wrote:
Art Vixen wrote:

James C., please clarify how stripe patterns, made in a seamless repeat, should be applied to the espadrilles? Their email replies are unclear as to what the problem is.


We are working on a more detailed responses to a variety of questions and will be updating the help article in the next day.

James C


I am looking forward to the 'detailed responses', and very much hope it will clear up things to the max, since the content reviews of which designs are acceptable and which ones will get rejected apparently cause enormous confusion among designers, including me. For example... days ago certain designs got accepted. And today the exact same designs, with the exact same placements, but with different background colors get rejected. The inconsistency is totally beyond belief.

If the reviews are done by several different employees, please give them all the same instructions at the same time, so every one of them knows exactly which ones are yes's and which ones are no-no's. This waiting game for e-mails whether your design is approved or not is taking the fun out of making designs for these shoes. And since it states in the policy that Continued violation of these constraints may result in your access to the product being revoked it should be perfectly clear of what we can submit and what we can not submit. Nobody is waiting to get their access to making these espadrilles revoked. Right now it seems we are subject to the whims of the reviewers. Not a place any of us should find ourselves in, no matter if certain kinks still need to be ironed out or not.

So again, I'm anticipating the answers Z will give us to the questions that have come up in this thread.
Topic: Custom Afridrilles - Questions / Design Tips
ArtAttic Posted: Wednesday, August 07, 2019 4:16:24 PM
James C wrote:
Art Vixen wrote:

James C., please clarify how stripe patterns, made in a seamless repeat, should be applied to the espadrilles? Their email replies are unclear as to what the problem is.


We are working on a more detailed responses to a variety of questions and will be updating the help article in the next day.

James C


I am looking forward to the 'detailed responses', and very much hope it will clear up things to the max, since the content reviews of which designs are acceptable and which ones will get rejected apparently cause enormous confusion among designers, including me. For example... days ago certain designs got accepted. And today the exact same designs, with the exact same placements, but with different background colors get rejected. The inconsistency is totally beyond belief.

If the reviews are done by several different employees, please give them all the same instructions at the same time, so every one of them knows exactly which ones are yes's and which ones are no-no's. This waiting game for e-mails whether your design is approved or not is taking the fun out of making designs for these shoes. And since it states in the policy that Continued violation of these constraints may result in your access to the product being revoked it should be perfectly clear of what we can submit and what we can not submit. Nobody is waiting to get their access to making these espadrilles revoked. Right now it seems we are subject to the whims of the reviewers. Not a place any of us should find ourselves in, no matter if certain kinks still need to be ironed out or not.

So again, I'm anticipating the answers Z will give us to the questions that have come up in this thread.
Topic: Custom Afridrilles - Questions / Design Tips
ArtAttic Posted: Tuesday, August 06, 2019 2:59:16 PM
Shelli Fitzpatrick wrote:
ArtAttic wrote:
Shelli Fitzpatrick wrote:
@Artattic

I saw what you meant when I went into the saved design and I am just sure I did not submit it like that. Idea


That's weird Shocked


anyway I am redoing it and tiling it this time. Happy


K, good luck! Roses
Topic: Custom Afridrilles - Questions / Design Tips
ArtAttic Posted: Tuesday, August 06, 2019 2:59:16 PM
Shelli Fitzpatrick wrote:
ArtAttic wrote:
Shelli Fitzpatrick wrote:
@Artattic

I saw what you meant when I went into the saved design and I am just sure I did not submit it like that. Idea


That's weird Shocked


anyway I am redoing it and tiling it this time. Happy


K, good luck! Roses