Hercules Gone Mad – Part Two: Book Cover WIP

So, this book cover will probably change as I work through Part Two, but I just wanted to give you an idea where things are heading. I’ll begin posting new chapters to Part Two – still haven’t settled on a title for it yet – as I write them to my Wattpad account.

Hercules Gone Mad - Part Two

Hercules Gone Mad - Part Two

Hercules Gone Mad - Part Two

Hercules Gone Mad - Part Two

[And as I now see the cover in various poses, it’s obvious that the lettering will need some work as it’s hard to read in miniature. Anyway…it’s a start.]

 
 

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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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7 Responses to Hercules Gone Mad – Part Two: Book Cover WIP

  1. leviisaacsblog says:

    Did you design this cover? It’s glorious. I’m not the biggest fan of the font though.

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    • Awesome. That’s exactly the feedback I’m looking for. I have the hardest time choosing fonts. Thank you.

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      • leviisaacsblog says:

        Happy to help, happy to help.
        When it comes to fonts, unless they’re custom made, I would say the simpler the better. Your name, the tagline, and the ‘part two’ look presentable, it’s just the shadow and red writing that seems a bit much. Also, the fact that the title would be hard to read from afar since the red clashes with the other colour, and the gold is the same as the background.
        ‘Tis just my thoughts. Hope it goes well :)

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        • I tried to do essentially the same thing with the first part – the reds and yellows – but ended up with white in the end for all the reasons you wisely laid out for me. You know what they say about doing the same thing expecting different results. :) Thanks, mate.

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  2. ajullokaunda says:

    Reblogged this on masterofaccounting and commented:
    its worth reading

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  3. Red and yellow colors are always the hardest to read, especially in smaller print. The cover is great otherwise.

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