Ebook Covers 250$
Unique custom cover design
Collaborative and personal design process
First concepts within 2-3 days of start date
3 free from start concepts plus three 3 revisions (After that changes cost a plus of 5 $)
All stock that is needed for the final design
The final design in all requested formats (inclusive a flattened .PSD file for later changes if wished)
eBook & Print Cover 290$
Included everything of the Ebook Cover Package
Custom Full Wrap Cover Design
One PDF Files ready for Amazon or Ingram etc.
2 Print Covers (f.e. one for KDP, one for Ingram Sparks)
Audio Book: 40 $
Seperate Artwork + Font: 50 $
1 Facebook Banner: 20 $ (+ 20 $ for every following)
1 Website Banner: 20$
Book Mockup: 20$
Huge Banner: 20$
I do different styles for my book covers and I think it is always easier to speak in pictures! ♥
A cover without any humans. Often with animals, flowers and objects
A cover where the main character is fully done in 3d plus overpainting. Stock is only for the background.
The main character is zoomed in and the focus is on his/her face.
Here is the main character zoomed out and the main focus is on action and movement.
Facebook Banner + Website Banner + Book Mockup
Bookable to the custom book cover packages & premades
1. How long does it take to the final book cover?
That depends on the complexity of the work and how many revisions are necessary. My fastest was 2 days, my longest 3 weeks.
2. Do you do revisions for free?
Yes I do! As long as it stays in an appropriate frame.
3. Do you also work on weekends?
Yes I do! Sunday is mostly the day for my billings. But I also do urgent cover / logo artwork.
4. I want the ebook now and the print cover later. Will that work?
Yes, no problem. You don't need a slot in my schedule for that. I will always take print commissions.
5. I don't know my page count now (which I need for the trim size of my book)!
No problem. I make a "sample template" and fit it on later when you know your sizes.
6. Do you give away layered PSD. files?
No. I only give away flattened PSD. files. That means the artwork on one layer and the text on another.
7. Where do you get your stock from?
I use shutterstock.com, depositphotos.com, AdobeStock, and boutique stock like Neo-Stock. These are inclusive your design package. Exclusive or Extended Licenses have to be paid extra.