and transformed it into the cover for Chance Assassin.
Then they once again worked miracles and turned this unsightly atrocity
|Aren't I so talented?|
into the cover for Les Recidivists.
Here are a few things I've personally learned about the cover art process
1) It's a lot easier to paint a heart of fake blood on a wall than it is to paint it on two trees. Trees do not like being painted with fake blood.
2) Poison oak is bad news.
3) Fake blood is edible* and biodegradable.
4) Bryan and Vita Hewitt of Hewitt Photography can do anything. Seriously. If you're in the Marin/Sonoma region of Northern California, hire them. For weddings, portraits, or bloody book covers. You can contact them and view their website here.
* Edible is a matter of opinion