CirceCorp was very responsive and easy to work with. Made all the changes I requested. Very happy!
I was very pleased with the work bravoboy did on my book cover! I have other projects coming up and I certainly intend to use him again! I highly recommend him to others. He as very patient and got back with me consistently in a timely manner. I am very impressed with him and his work!
- A to Z Book Cover Design
Great communication. Nailed the brief.
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How aacarbonim started their book cover journey
Alvaro Carboni (May also be A.A.Carboni)
Chilean, Structural Engineer, mostly a nerd. Began writing short stories as a kid
Fantasy, Young Adult
Hidden behind today's soceity, a brotherhood of asassins called The Council operates. They keep the corrupt machinery working, manipulating and controlling the 1% that controls everything. But secretly, The Council real objective is to gather and conceal all the magic users in the planet, called the Seith.
The genre is Fantasy/action/a bit of mistery. So far in test proof reading it's aimed to young adults in the range 20-35 years old, man and women alike. Some of the readers hinted that this might appeal to the same groups that have read The Hunger Games and for young adults who grew with Harry Potter and now want a more mature (and bloody) approach for magic.
What colors do you want to see in your design?
I want mostly a cover with some sense of mistery but bright enough to call the atention. I began with a concept art of one of the characters fused with the world tree (Yggdrasil) but it became too complex for me to draw. I'll add it to the references. Some part of me gravitates towards a clean cover with an emblem of some kind, but it's definitely not a must of a safe card. Some viking references may also be important (in the form of runes or symbols related to Odin and Yggdrasil, mostly)
What to avoid
It's not comedic, so a too playful cover might just not be good. There's also a romantic subplot that moves most of the main arc, but i wouldn't call this a romantic story. Avoid the romantic part in the cover, as it (i think) would be misleading. Also pleeease no handwritten/painted fonts. Also not retro, and definitely not in the classic medieval fantasy style.