Let’s make a cover for my newest novel… part 5…

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Well, this one has more princess, which I like. And I darkened up the foliage a little. Is that still too cluttered?

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10 Responses to Let’s make a cover for my newest novel… part 5…

  1. List of X says:

    Honestly, it would have helped if your daughter had a little more interesting facial expression for the cover. Right now she looks more like she’s just waiting for your photo session to be over. 🙂

  2. Sarina says:

    Here’s my 2c without having looked at the others: Apply an artistic effect to the picture. Change your writing in that you place it on top of an overlay layer. Depending on how the colour comes out with the artistic effect you may have to change your writing’s color and font to make it pop more.

    • I will probably not put the title on top of the helmet when I do the actual cover. And I will make the font fatter. I really just need to pick a starting place from the photos I took,

  3. Jesska says:

    I think the spear is better than its predecessors

    • Yeah, I do like that spear better. Technically, the other one has a better handle, where it fits over the spear shaft. There is one part of the book where soldiers use the spear blades as knives.

  4. Jesska says:

    It’s not too cluttered exactly, but the writing is wrong. Whether the colour, font, position, no idea. But it’s wrong.

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