Dimanagul shows off some graphic work I put together in GIMP. I hope at some stage to offer commissions, so if you are interested, please message me at email@example.com.
If there’s one aspect of writing I haven’t spent time exploring, it is the finer details of a successful cover. From my experience certain genres have go to covers, like how fantasy typically has the main character looking doleful surrounded by miscellaneous Fantasy imagery.
A general accepted cover widely popular across all genres is the isolated object of importance, spot light is optional. I pride myself on my limited artistic (drawing) talents and being a general wizard in Photoshop, but I don’t know the fundamentals for success.
Time for studying.
Thankfully, Crowqueen, a fellow writer I’ve crossed paths frequent times on the fantasywriters Subreddit, has graciously taken a stab at making covers for some of my B.O.S.S. stories. She has had marginally better luck demystifying book cover hoodoo.
I’m a ways out from settling on one for Two Destroyers, but it is never too early to start considering my…
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