I would recommend submitting your request to the Buyer’s request section on Fiverr, this way Sellers come to you and you don’t have to spend time reaching out to multiple/random Sellers.
I can’t speak for every Seller, but often it’s just one person working behind the computer and if a Seller has orders messages often come second in these regards. During high-volume orders, it can take several days or even a week for some Sellers to follow up with a general message. It simply depends on the Seller.
When placing and order that requires a more detailed approach, it’s best to avoid any use of adjectives (using words like “colorful” or “stunning” is objective) and does nothing to communicate the type of work you are looking to have created.
Here’s a few tips to ensure you get what you’re looking for:
1. Be specific: It helps to be as detailed as possible and to be clear in your messages. Again, avoid any adjective to prevent any misunderstandings or assumptions.
2. Provide examples: This includes any images, colors, shapes, style, etc. similar to what you’re looking for.
3. Encourage communication: Often times a Seller can feel a bit nervous to exchange too many messages in fear that you (the Buyer) will to convey their messages as them not listening to you or not understanding your specs into a not-so good review. Talk to them and treat them like would a friend and stress a “No pressure, if you need me don’t hesitate to contact me” attitude.
Communicating with them the most down-to-earth and nicest way possible, you want your Seller to be encouraged to talk to you so that they can provide you with the best order possible in return.
Hope this helps and good luck finding the perfect Seller for your project!