Today, since I’m getting closer to my conventioneering debut, I shall share another piece of art my awesome cover artist D. D. Phillips has done for the project! This time, it’s the logo!
I know that not every fantasy series has a logo. Heck, not many do! But I grew up reading D&D novels like the Forgotten Realms and Dragonlance books, and since those are game-worlds as well as story-worlds, they all have cool-looking logos.
And heck, I always wanted my writing to focus more on the stories than on me as the author, so I’d much rather put a world-logo out there than my name.
As always, I had a few of my not-at-all-artistic ideas as to what a logo should vaguely look like.
She took a look at that second option and immediately put something out that’s similar to the banner I showed off last time, plus the eye-in-rose from the Book 2 cover.
So she went for something a bit less blatantly off-the-cover.
I mean, WHY’S THE SUN BLUE?
Yep. That happened.
Anyway, click through on that last one to see a bigger version. I badgered Deb to death on this one as usual, but it looks great! It will be on bookmarks at the convention, and I’ll probably stick it everywhere I can fit it once I get tired of using the banner as my website header.
Thanks Deb! You’re the best!