I didn't feel like doing anything productive, so I screwed around in Inkscape a little.
I ended up with this bit that I'm going to use for cover art until I can either steal a picture of a skeleton doing something, or until I can con somebody into doodling up a better cover for me.
Or, until I decide just to take some public-domain art and deface it with my name or something. It's happened before.
Now I just need something to put in the corner so that it doesn't look so empty. Maybe I'll stick it up in the other corner, and have the Skeleton Puncher logo be more rounded, like it's following the spiral, and then in the corner it's actually at, I'll be like "PLAY A GAME OF PUNCHING AND VIOLENCE" and then it'll be done.
I was actually thinking about changing the name to Dragon Puncher, because there are good pictures of dragons. Most of the pictures of skeletons are shitty, because they're crappy enemies and nobody cares about them. It's always either zombies or like, skeleton wizards or something.
19 November 2011
Skeleton Puncher Cover-In-Progress
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I like the simplcity of it. And the offset picture and title work. I think you did a great job.ReplyDelete