"Book Cover" Request

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by hellsgate, Sep 9, 2007.

  1. hellsgate

    hellsgate Commodore

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    Hello,
    I'm absolutely floored by everyone's massive talents. I was inspired to make this request when I saw this image.

    Credit: Image by Minx of Bravo Fleet.
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    I'm hoping that someone can help me with a fan fiction "book cover" (in exactly the same rectangular dimensions as used in the image given above,) for use on my "Star Trek: New Worlds" anthology site for my specific (Work In Progress) fan fics:

    "Star Trek: Avalon"
    "The Puppet Masters"

    Story by Jason And Sophie Grimes-Hauck
    Based on "Star Trek" by Gene Roddenberry

    and a second fan fic "book cover" for:

    "Star Trek: Vonnegut"

    Story by Jason K. Grimes-Hauck
    Based on "Star Trek" by Gene Roddenberry

    For more information, here are the related sites:

    http://www.geocities.com/trekwriter31/FanFic.html

    http://www.geocities.com/trekfan1975/FanFiction_Engineering.html
     
  2. mattwitz

    mattwitz Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    great book cover!
     
  3. hellsgate

    hellsgate Commodore

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  4. hellsgate

    hellsgate Commodore

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    BUMP! Still looking for someone from the Photoshop Thread to create a fan fiction novel cover for my series.

    "Star Trek: Avalon"

    "Star Trek: Vonnegut"
     
  5. hellsgate

    hellsgate Commodore

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  6. Waugh

    Waugh Lieutenant Red Shirt

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    What's in it for the artist?
     
  7. hellsgate

    hellsgate Commodore

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    Its just for fun (unpaid work,) but the artist would (of course) place their watermark or other identification on the book cover somewhere so that someone looking for an artist (for a future paid project) would know who to talk to, based on the artists' online portfolio.