LioArtimis’ design was spot on! It was everything I had asked for and he got it RIGHT, straight out of the gate! He is professional and quick to respond to changes! I would defiantly work with him again! LioArtimis is a real talent and the REAL DEAL!
- D.C. Akers
Nowita was very helpful and creative in the designing of our logo and label. He had a great eye and ablity, along with be receptive and accomadating to all the request made of him. I would be happy to work with him or suggest him to anyone for work.
Amazing!! Thank you very much! A pleasure to work with this artist! I know where to come for all of mu future endeavors. Thank you!
- G E O R G i N A
I had actually seen Georgina's work on a couple of other book covers in the past and started thinking about how great it would be to get her to design something for me. About a year later, I decided to re-do my book design and I came to 99Designs for that service. I had initially remembered Georgina and looked to see if I could find her, but didn't, so I posted one of her covers as an example to other designers of the type of covers I really liked. A couple of days into the contest I noticed that she had started watching so I immediately invited her to the contest and never looked back! I have been really happy with the quality of work she produced, as well as the depth of options she has provided. I definitely recommend her skill to anyone!
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Lutzkealexander designed a great cover for my book 'Secret Instructions'. It was the best out of 29 entries from 15 designers. As a Fine Arts graduate he has a good eye for composition. Martin Sanderson
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I am looking for a "New York publishing house" quality, 300 dpi, 6 x 9 inch cover for my new dark fantasy/dystopian novel. It is a dark fantasy involving modern people trapped in an alternate universe (desert setting) that they are trying to escape. It is NOT a zombie or vampire novel. The title and name layout should be consistent with "Portal Arcane I - Reversion (A Dark Fantasy Series)". The official title is "Portal Arcane II - The Law of Three (A Dark Fantasy Series)". In addition, similar to the cover for Portal Arcane I, I'd want the triskele to be worked into the design, something subtle like a "watermark" effect. I'd also like to see a woman on the cover if possible, similar in feel to Underworld (Kate Beckinsale's character).
I have attached the font for name and title, the public domain vector graphic for the triskele, and the cover for "Portal Arcane I - Reversion (A Dark Fantasy Series)" which is the first book in the series. Winning designer must submit the PSD file to me and give me permission to manipulate the image for marketing materials.