|No face? Uhmm. Okay!|
Panzer and I do disagree with her on one point, however. Ms. Dillman says she's against the practice of "cutting off the heads" of persons portrayed on covers. I admit we did it on one of our covers. The reason? Our readers can "put themselves" on the cover and by extension become the character in the story.
Even with that caveat said, Panzer still recommends this post.
So, if you're still having trouble with your cover design process, get some help at IndieReCon: 10 Ways to Make Your Cover Stand Out in the Crowd ...: There are bad covers out there; we have all seen them. The ones with the glaring, eye-searing colors, painful design, and horrid photoshoppi...