For those who like DIY projects, here’s an interesting post from Timothy Bateson about his new cover design. Good stuff, check it out!
This is not going to be my usual Midweek Mumbles ramblings. Instead I’m going to do something a little different, and give you a behind-the-scenes look at some of the steps involved in creating my first book cover design.
How I Made My Last Cover
When I published “Under A Hunter’s Moon”, I had a lot of help with the cover design. Ariel Marie was kind enough to Photoshop the components for me, and all I did was do the type-setting for the text.
What Makes This Time Different?
The cover for “Evaline Transcendent” is a much more interesting journey, because it’s a science fiction story, and there are very few stock photos that could be tweaked to work for what I had in mind.
I wanted to invoke the sci-fi genre right from the start, so setting the cover in one of the ship’s corridor was always part…
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