WhiteEchoes is very talented. We absolutely love his work. Fanstastic!
Easy to work with, professional and simply a delight.
Thanks so much
Great work. It will help my career. I look forward to using the cover soon.
- Sydney Cardew
Simon was SO great to work with! He had a quick response rate, was very accommodating to my needs, offered his own creative input/opinions when I asked for them, and was willing to work with me until the design was perfect. I recommend working with Simon if you are looking for a simple, creative graphic. I would definitely work with him again in the future. I can't wait to use my design!
lynxS war sehr kooperativ und hat trotz Vorgaben ein kreatives, detailreiches und einzigartiges Design mit hohem Wiedererkennungswert geschaffen.
Good job! Thanks for the art.
How perseveranceink started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
Perseverance Ink Entertainment
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
My organization is about publishing games, graphic novels and books to inspire courage and individuality.
The product is called Hoard The Spoils and it is a fantasy tabletop role-playing game.
My target audience is veteran tabletop gamers as well as grabbing the attention of new ones.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I would like to see a variety of races since the game has not just the typical human, elf, and dwarf types: there is orcs; goblins; and ogres. So a group of adventurers taking a stand against a mob of both peasants, armed and armored humans as well some magic power crackling from both sides. There can be any type of treasure and a cavern or underground background.
All seven races are lined up like the last stand in front of a treasure pile; the orc will be leaning on a two handed axe with leather armor complete with small metal spikes throughout; the ogre will have a big spiked club and a battered wooden shield looking like the ogre is hitting them together; the goblin will be hiding in between the ogre and the human with a smile on his face, his hand will be on the ogre’s leg the goblin’s rapier will be pointing out between the human’s legs and you can see the goblin’s hide and bone armor so he will be leaning closer to the human; the human will be in plate mail with his legs spread, one fist on his hip and the other fist on his chest with a grin under his helm; the halfling will be wearing leather armor, have his arms crossed with his top hand tucked into his armpit, the other hand holding a dagger with the blade sticking out, and wearing a scowl while looking in the direction of the goblin; the elf will be wearing chain mail with a skull cap brandishing a buckler and aiming his bow toward the crowd of steel in front of him; the dwarf; will be wearing ring mail, a helm with a braided beard protruding underneath, a battered metal shield, and a war hammer pointed at the crowd. The background will be a cavern and looking up at the last stand of races will be a faceless metal clad crowd with varying degrees of armor, weapons like swords, spears, and shields, and some magic users with power crackling from their outstretched hands.
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