Your panel beater (aka denter) did a poor job with the panel gaps and the lower part of the front mudguard (fender) - the mudguard goes straight. They are unable to see this when they are trying to make a patch and usually hack it up, the correct way to do it requires to waste about 1 inch of material of sheet metal from the bottom edge if you are repairing it with a patch.
The sheet is shaped from the top downwards and then finally the extra is cut off to make an original looking piece.
They usually just cut once piece and try to hammer it first then weld it. The way I wanted it done (and did with my own hand is to cut straight with a saw then remove the metal and make a sample with paper, then cut the sheet and form a rough in.
This then is tacked to the mudguard with 1 or 2 welds only, fit the mudguard to the car and watch the shape flow - use a protractor or level to measure the angles. Reshape as required and start with the dolly and hammer from top to bottom, finishing with cutting off the excess with a saw.
The usual way I see it done is they make a paper stencil and then try to mess with it till it sort of looks ok. This is not a good repair - specially on this car where the mudguard flanks are long and have a very deep crease in the bottom where it joins the sill.