Infinity, Time, Death, and Thought by Ivanhoe Chaput

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When Ivanhoe first told me about his book, I scratched my head and wondered how could I take all of these abstract ideas and turn them into something cohesive? I decided to just focus on the first idea, infinity, and work with that and hoped that everything else would fall into place. The problem with infinity is that it’s difficult …

The Calling by Jamie Turndorf

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There was a lot of back-and-forth on this project because of the subject of the book and because of the way we were trying to capture this really big idea (priest struggling with celibacy) with a murder mystery and trying to make the book not look too religious-oriented. I created a total of nine different concepts. I spent a lot …

Jack in Love by Roberta Grimes

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The author wanted me to create the cover for the second book in her series, so I had to carefully study the first book’s cover to match the style for branding purposes. This one proved to be slightly difficult because the story is supposed to be set in the 1960s. We needed to find a model who fit the image …

The Number (Zincian Legend #2)

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Going into the creation of this cover, I really wanted to use the base of The Chosen‘s cover so I could have a true series feel. I really liked the cover scheme of the previous cover to this book, so I took that to create this. The acorn is really symbolic to this book and character, so I wanted to …

Fallen Star Dust by Morgan Straughan Comnick

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This was such a pleasure to work on mostly because it was my first foray back into photomanipulation in quite some time. Morgan wanted this book to have a similar feel (and quite possibly the same model) as her previous short story collection, A Sweet, Little Dream. We were discussing what she would like to see on this one. She …

The Chosen (Zincian Legend #1)

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I wanted to re-brand and re-issue my YA fantasy trilogy because I planned on publishing¬†the final book in the trilogy in 2017. The initial cover (seen below) was drawn by a well-known artist, but I didn’t think I could afford her again, so I went ahead and tried to tackle my own cover. This was heavily inspired by my love …