Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Interior Art for Kindar

I haven't seen the cover art for Kindar yet, but over on the left sidebar and down below, you'll notice an image of a sword. It's a line drawing to be used for the interior art in Kindar's Cure under the chapter headings and before scene breaks. 

Kindar's sword is more than a piece of metal to her. It's a piece of her identity. It was crucial to me to have her sword represented in the novel, and Divertir is willing to go the extra mile to make their authors happy. I wanted a pencil sketch and that's exactly what they gave me. Now I'm nervous to hear your thoughts. Thumbs up or down?


20 comments:

  1. Awesome! You need to get it tattoo'd onto you :)

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    1. Lol! I don't know if I'll go that far, Angie. There would have to be a big party first.

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  2. That's awesome. So glad found a publisher who's willing to do those things for you. Congrats, my friend. :D

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    1. They have really been great about asking me what I like.

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  3. Definitely two thumbs up! I really like it. I can't wait to see your final cover art! :)

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    1. Glad you like it. Can't wait to see the cover art either!

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  4. It's great. What a wonderful idea for the chapter headings and scene breaks! Can't wait to see it in the actual book.

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  5. That looks awesome! I want to see e cover :) All the details of the publication-art process make me giddy :)

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  7. Looks great Michelle! Can't wait to see the unveiling of the cover art!

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  8. That's amazing! That's a pretty big deal to find a publisher willing to do that for you - congrats!

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    1. The best thing about a small publisher is they listen to my opinion.

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  9. Love it! I have been wanting the same thing for my book. Gotta get it written first though You've done great. I'll check back and take a look at the cover art. That should be something indeed.

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    1. Thanks for coming by, Dean. I'm glad you like it.

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  10. This is such a cool idea. The swords are such an important part of the Anost royal family (makes me think of that sword ceremony she has to get through - lol). I really like it.

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    1. What's a princess without her favorite toy, right?

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  11. Definitely a thumbs up!! It's simple and classy - love it :)

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