I have started writing a story about a month ago, which I've been dreaming of doing for many years now. Since I didn't want to use someone else's art without their consent, I thought I might ask you guys. So if any one is interested in helping me out I'll be very grateful to you. You can design the cover as you see fit and I won't interfere in it as long as it fits the story. Here is a link to the story The guardian of the world tree . If you have any doubts you can PM me.
PS: I don't have the money to pay for the cover. I am still a student and don't have any income.
The Guardian of the World (warm orange cover)
I keep breaking the insert image link, so apologies for sending you on a link hunt. Hopefully these will work and you can save the image to your pc and upload it as a cover from there.
Original pictures are from Unsplash, but if you would like to credit the photographers: cool blue's photo was by Eric Muhr and warm orange's photo by Jeremy Bishop.
I altered hue, saturation, color, sharpness, etc. and added text that gave off a fantasy vibe.
If you find better covers feel free to use them, and best of all in your writing :)
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CoffeeQuills Wrote:@CoffeeQuills Thank you. The one with the orange shade looks fantastic. But I prefer to have a.... you know... graphic one than a real one, so, if some one designs me a graphic cover I might use that one. In that case I would like you to understand it is because of a personal preference and nothing else.
Haha, figured out why I kept breaking the link! (Still a little stretched though, sorry)
CoffeeQuills Wrote: No worries Falconking! The closest I can come to graphic design would be to make it look painted (which may or may not be the design look you wanted). Best of cover hunting to you, and I'll leave the painted orange tree as a link if you do decide to use it. May caffeine guide your words! :)
@ CoffeeQuills Thank you