With a higher demand in book covers, I decided to put together this page to help visualize my images into book covers.
CHECK OUT THE FULL SELECTION HERE: www.danielberard.com/bookcover…
I also want to thank everyone who bought images in the past, this is very much appreciated!
Here's just a quick preview of the Dark/Horror book covers selection:
You can contact me by note or by email email@example.com
Prices varies depending of your needs. Contact me with details for a quote. Payment by PayPal.
And as usual, most of the images from my gallery are for sale, so don't hesitate to ask for prices. Existing images can also be modified to fit your needs.
Hoping to hear from you soon!
Here are some examples of freelance works I did in the past:
I hope everyone who celebrated Christmas had a nice one!
So what's new?
Work, work and more work! These last few weeks have been pretty busy and so will be the next ones..
Working on two book covers, two album covers and two collaborations!
Can't wait to show you!
I'm gonna disappear for a little while but before I go, I wanted to share the last feature of the year with you, enjoy!
To all, I'm wishing you a Happy New Year, full of health and success!
I was supposed to write about shadows for the Manip Academy, but the subject had already been covered by another artist, but no worries, I had a plan B!
I hope this tutorial will be helpful to you.
Summer is gone. I missed a lot of great works, trying to get back on track. Here's a long overdue feature!
My latest works
Birthday feature for two of my friend here on deviantART.
Yesterday was the birthday of Teddy-Cube, a rising star of our photomanip community. Happy birthday dude!
And today is the birthday of an artist who don't need introduction. You know him, the talented Wesley-Souza! Happy birthday!
And stay tuned for something new in the next few weeks!
Today is the birthday of my friend, the talented Dani-Owergoor and I wanted to share some of her amazing works with you.
Happy Birthday Dani!
Also if you are interested of knowing a bit more about me, I was interviewed not too long ago by DarK website. You can read it here:
Hi everyone! I've been interviewed and featured recently for the group In-Obscuro. You can read it here.
The Chosen One #13 (pt1)So this time around it was a tie. I am going to feature both of the artist, but each on it's own. So here we go.
Our first winner (just because he replied to my note first, no other reason) is neverdying with this piece.
Q: What kind of studying did you do, formal or informal, do be able to create such amazing artworks?
A: I learned the basics of Photoshop and Illustrator in a graphic design course I took many years ago. But nothing to do with photo manipulation. This is something I learned on my own.
Q: What is your vision for your art? What do you want people to see in your work?
A: I like that each viewer sees something different. I try to convey an emotion in most of my works. This can be sadness, fear or hope, for example.
Q: Have you been able to make a full time job out of it? I
Well deserved dear!
I also want to wish a happy birthday to my friend Terri
(pictured below - ok now I'm sure that's not her best picture )
As some of you already know, I got a contract to design a horror movie poster! I am very happy about it.
Now time for a feature, enjoy!