I designed the cover for The Saint’s Mistress by Kathryn Bashaar http://lnkd.in/bcJUPci
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I just can’t seem to decide on a final cover for my debut novel, Canswer.
Here is what I started with:
I liked it at the time; I felt it encapsulated the loneliness and isolation of the main character, as well as being two big themes of the story itself. 269 more words
Recently I’ve read a number of articles and posts by authors, cover designers, book publishers which, when taken together, suggest readers only buy ebooks/books with great covers, readers only buy ebooks/books because the sample content is great and could care less about how the cover looks, readers only buy books/ebooks because of great reviews, readers seldom buy books/ebooks based only upon reviews, readers never buy cheaper ebooks, readers mostly buy cheap ebooks. 118 more words
With this series, I wanted a dynamic composition, as if the couple are being captured mid-moment in a fast-paced affair. The design combines a stock photo with fabric elements and lighting effects layered up to give a hyper-real effect. 34 more words
A bit grungy, a bit sea-side surf town or island get-away. The couple is stock photography, hand-traced, and I’ve created an abstract background to depict a derelict, painted concrete wall with fading tropical murals and graffiti. 18 more words