Are you about to take your first steps into creating and printing a book cover? Or perhaps you’ve already created covers for ebooks and want to transition to printed media? I’ve put together some practical advice to help you get the best results from your printed designs. This article assumes you are using Photoshop for your cover creation, but the basic concepts will hold true for whatever software you decide to use.
Renderosity are currently offering a series of useful tutorials for Poser – all for free! Their latest is all about animation. Click on the image to go through to the tutorials page on Renderosity.
I’ve been really busy with the day-job in the last few months, but I made some time for fun renders the other week and made this image. It’s since been awarded Picture of the Week on Dreamslayer Artworks. 🙂
Second book cover in a trilogy for author Brent Nichols, made using Poser Pro 2014, Vue 10 Studio and Photoshop CS3. If you need a fantasy / horror book cover, you can contact me at seedydeedee[at]3dfantasyart.co.uk.
This is the first of a trilogy of book covers I’m doing for Brent Nichols, and I must say, I’m really enjoying them! Brent is great to work with, as he has a good basic idea of what he wants, but is happy to leave the details to me, so I’m having tons of fun…
New ‘Dark Prince’ buy-and-go book cover available from my online store.
My calendar for next year is now available via Deviantart. It’s crammed with a selection of supernatural men from my Deviantart Galley – a must for the discerning lady for next year!
To celebrate my store launch, I’m offering 50% off all pre-made book covers when you share them via Twitter or Facebook. When you click on the ‘Buy Now’ button in the 3D Fantasy Art store, you will be redirected to my Sellfy page, where you can purchase and download the item. If you share the…
On and off over the last couple of years, I’ve been working on a project with Mike McCullough. He wrote an amazing, cosmic sci-fi music-fiction, which consists of an epic story, narrated over his own original musical score. I then made a series of images illustrating various key points in the story. The whole thing…
I’ve recently finished this cover for Fran Jacobs for her new e-book, Rules of War. Lots of fun to do. 🙂