The project is the sequel to Snowball in Hell. This was a really tough one because not only did the new cover have to work with the cover of Snowball, this is historical fiction. 1943, in fact, and if you've ever tried to hunt for decent historical photos, you know what a challenge that is.

I think the artists who tried for this one get an extra round of applause!

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ReplyDeleteBut, I should say this one was hard. I'd like to vote for two of them, but I can't! Lol. I like #2 best, but the last one fits with the original better... Dang, these artists are good. Lol

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ReplyDeleteI like #2

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ReplyDeleteI like #2, but #4 is more in keeping with the first book, so there you are.

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ReplyDeleteI too like #2 but #4 is most diffidently like the first book. Hard to choose but I'm going with #2

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ReplyDelete...going with #1 for the dramatic value.

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ReplyDeleteAm I the only one who likes number 3 most?

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ReplyDelete#2 strikes me as more visually appealing, but it's not in keeping with book cover #1, so I will go with design #4, which is thematically correct.

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