Very nice.But why isn't Martiniere's name on the back cover?
It is, on the left, at an angle, above the figure.
OOPS! You are right Lou - there it is. Sorry. I had looked at it in the small size and hadn't blown it up. My bad.One question though - we've talked about how the covers are art in other posts, so is it called "cover illustration" rather than "cover art?" If we want people to consider the covers art, it would seem that callint it "cover art" would reinforce the idea. Just a thought.Hope you're feeling better!Christine
You may be nitpicking. I am not sure. It is ART though, that's for sure!
Actually, no I'm not nitpicking. I honestly really think it should say "cover art" - illustration to me implies a pencil or pen & ink drawing meant to illustrate an idea, not a necessarily finished painting. I guess I'm old enough that I still associate illustration with advertising. I just think that saying "cover art" helps reinforce the idea that it truly is art.
That's a nice-looking cover. Really sharp.
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