Saturday, September 5, 2009

A New Cover for My Novel!

I was out taking senior pictures for my brother and my cousin this afternoon, and towards the end of the day, we discovered a tunnel under Main Street and I instantly thought of my novel. I handed my camera to my brother and made him take MY picture for once, as I ran through the tunnel.
Then I brought it into Photoshop and played around with color, levels, and my new "tech" brushes. And voila, I became my main character, Kimble Haansvoy, STEW agent 1121!
(Click to see a really large version) What do you think?


Eldarwen Failariel said...

That is so cool! What a beautiful picture, Evergreena!

~Eldarwen Failariel~

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ElizabethMarieKauffman said...

I love it!! It makes me want to read your book! :)


Jase said...

Woah! I seriously thought that that was just a random book cover that you had there... I'd like to read that sometime. sounds cool.

Bekah said...



PS thank you SO much for sharing your thoughts on my HP post!! :) I really appreciate it.

Anonymous said...

It's G.R.E.A.T.!!!! Really, really really. Wow.
And yes, I've heard about the ocarina, thought I've never heard it played. I'll look around though in the music stores we have! :D

Alesia said...

That is awsome! I love writting novels too!

Jare and Lib said...


Looooovvvveeee IT!

Great job on making it lool Perfect!

The Reluctant Dragon said...

It looks so incredible! I can't believe how spiffy it looks!

I think that you should search for a more unusual font for the title because most books try to have a really original one.

But it looks awesome!

Kat Heckenbach said...

I love the cover. It actually looks kinda like the cover I've "created" for my own book--a picture of the full moon through some tree branches, so it kinda looks like the moon through a tunnel of foliage. A friend of mine took the pic, and I added a pegasus shadow in front of the moon. I need to make a more professional looking version, though, so I haven't posted it on my blog.

I read the first chapter you posted, too--and it's good. I'm becoming more amazed by the day at the level of writing talent in teens!