Great Work by Emiliano. I was impressed right away. Very easy to work with as well. Bravo!
Great job. I am very happy with the quality of design.
Again, it was a pleasure to work with SilentRevolt. She made an amazing cover and realised the small changes I had in mind perfectly.
What a brilliant professional. SweetPotato did an outstanding job on the initial cover and then was ready and eager to make the adjustments I needed for the final product. With attention to detail and prompt communications it has been an absolute delight to work with SweetPotato and I would do so again in a heartbeat :-)
Excellent, excellent work by Mihai. We wanted artistic cover art for some records and he absolutely delivered.
If you want good stuff, he's your guy :)
How jaforker started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Fiction, short stories and novels, in the fantasy, horror and action-adventure genres.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I need a book cover for collection of short stories titled "Ghosts, Gnomes, and Weredogs: Green Beret Stories You’ve Never Seen."
Stories include an Special Forces team that gets lost in the North and winds up saving Christmas (satire); a lost Green Beret who winds up in a place that is a cross between Land of Oz and Apocalypse Now (satire); 3 Green Beret trainees trapped in a remote cabin by an unseen malevolence (horror); a Green Beret turning into a zombie who is racing to find a missing comrade (horror); SF weredogs sent to Venus to put down a garden gnome insurrection (satire); Zeus's security detail and their challenges from encroaching civilization and new religions; a SF ghost helps rescuers find his missing team; other ghost stories.
The stories are a blend of fantasy, action, horror and humor. But, I am an actual veteran of U.S. Army Special Forces, so there is a lot of insider references and humor, along with the weredogs, gnomes and zombies. The projected audience is both male and female, both adult military and teen horror, in particular the werewolf fan-base. So, the cover art should probably not be too "Harlequin-ish", which seems often to be the case with vampire and werewolf fiction.