So, I had this great idea for a wraparound cover. Or rather, I thought it was a great idea. But as we know, pretty much everything has been said and done. It’s more of a matter of putting your own flare to the old to make something new. So… my grand idea was something on […]
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And here we have the complete trilogy! Well? Tell us… what kind of story do you have for this hottie?
Last but not least… we have the top. I’d be curious about the order some would write this book. Would the start with head? middle? or foot? I ended with the face because it seemed like the bigger reveal. Stay tuned for tomorrow. I’ll present them all together, so you can see how they fit.
So… here we are with part. If you take a close look between the last cover and this one, you’ll see that they fit nicely together. We have the legs in the first cover and the midsection in this cover. Stay tuned for the final piece of the puzzle. 🙂
It’s been awhile since I did a straight eBook cover. However, I was in the mood for something a bit different. I wanted to try something a little different than what I’ve done in the past. I’ve done trilogy type covers, but never one that all fits together. For these next three covers, we’re going to
I’ve been playing a bit with shading these days. In my mind, the shaded fills work pretty well for Chicklit. In the future, I might try my hands on some children’s covers. For now, it’s ChickLit city. Below you’ll find the original render before did a bit of photoshopping. 3D Graphic Design created with: DAZ
Welcome to the conclusion of the Presentism series. In the prior covers, I’ve get the model’s face rather hidden. I debated if I even wanted to show her face. In the end, I decided a reveal would be nice and bring all three covers together. So there we have it. Check out book 1 and book
And the trilogy continues. Hopefully, I’m keeping the same feel. I wanted her dress to have a bit more personality this time around. When I envision trilogies, I think of the main character developing a stronger personality. Here I tried to portray it in her wardrobe. If you didn’t see the first cover in this
It seems like everyone and their mothers are doing trilogies these days. So, for the next couple of weeks, I’m going to work on a trilogy set. Since I’m rather fond of New Adult books, I’m going to try a set that has a bit of a futuristic tone. Not too far off into the
I’ve wanted to use the model above for quite some time. I just hadn’t figured out what I wanted to do with it. Then I saw John Carter. Don’t ask me what the smoke has to do with John Carter. Nothing really. Well, nothing at all. Still, John Carter gave me the inspiration for this
I don’t know why I’ve been interested in ChickLit covers lately, but I am. I think it’s the cartoony look I’m finding with them. As many may know, I can barely draw stick figures, so sketching out a design doesn’t work all too well for me. However, I’m learning more and more about Adobe Illustrator