It definitely looks odd, in particular it looks like there's not a whole lot of paste being deposited. Few things to check:
1) Was there a bunch of paste build-up on the nozzle? In that case, the paste is not adequately sticking to the metal. I would suggest cleaning the pads with some isopropyl alcohol, and purging a bit of paste from the nozzle to ensure it's fresh. Also, make sure that the print height is correct (0.14mm) and re-probe the board.
2) If there is no build-up on the nozzle, then it looks like there wasn't enough paste being deposited. In that case, try to manually dispense a bit of paste (don't push too hard) and see if there is a clog. Also, check the cartridge to make sure there's no paste leaking past the piston.
3) One (less likely) possibility is that there is some unfavorable interaction between the paste and the soldermask. Our tests in the past showed that conductive ink would dispense quite well on any substrate we tested, with the exception of a particular white soldermask, which lead to poor resolution. It's unlikely, but perhaps the paste has poor surface interaction with that soldermask - I'd suggest trying again when the component footprint is aligned properly.
Those are my suggestions based on the image, but keep me posted! Keep an eye on the nozzle as it prints, perhaps you'll notice something else that might give some more insight into the issue.