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Tips for good ebook covers: typesetting

Have you ever thought about not putting any background picture to your cover? Already wrinkling your nose? But still, it could be the best solution. Pictures help but they aren't everything. There are many already published covers that don't use images. Let's see some...

Tips for good ebook covers: fonts

You have made a cover for a story set up in Paris in the night, or a mystery story. So you look on the Internet to look for some very "cool" font, something very Italic or creative, with many curves. Forget it. Let's look to an example, but this time let's start from...

Tips for good ebook covers: space

Space is like drawing, and it's like writing. You just have to be balanced, in harmony with every other object inside the cover. It's the same as using metaphors in your writing, for example. You have to give them space, but you can't neither give them too much space,...

Tips for good Ebook covers: colors

Among the many aspects one has to meet with, there's the one of colors. It's one of the most difficult to manage, but here we'll explain some helpful tricks. It's hard to use correct colors because they have to be in harmony among them, they don't have to interfere...

Tips for good Ebook covers: drawings

About drawings, it's valid what we have said in this post about getting together images. Try to not make them by yourself. It's a general rule for everything. It's good you can create your own cover, but use good quality images, always, as the ones we're offering you...

Tips for good ebook covers: composite pictures

Let's suppose you have found some images which fit perfectly to your cover. The first impulse will be of putting them together, in some way. Well, it's better not to do it. In first instance you can do it just if you are a Photoshop or a Gimp magician. Meaning you are...

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