Posts Tagged ‘Art Gallery’

Nightfall design has been modified

Sunday, April 19th, 2009

Hey everyone —

The design package for NIGHTFALL has now been modified. Strictly speaking this is not a revamp as I did not change the design when I upgraded the package. The Cover has been been tweaked slightly to provide a more saturated color scheme and, of course, the Tray Reverse has the new design.

The biggest change, however, is the Tray Insert which has been completely redone from scratch. The original wasn’t bad but in hindsight I thought it looked static and too dependent on the Cover to pull off. The new version looks creepier, has its own scheme, and definitely is an improvement.

On the plate is still MINDWEBS (stalled at 3 of the 4 images necessary) and ZERO HOUR (I’m hoping to batch replacements/new submissions).

Also, in the terms of OTR series, I’m planning to revise CBS RADIO WORKSHOP in some form, update SIX SHOOTER, and try finish lingering designs for LIGHTS OUT, PLAYS FOR AMERICANS, and finally give HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL (one of my earliest submissions) a much needed overhaul. Not to mentions lots of other goodies.

Keep watching the skies!

Denny (HapWander)

New Bradbury 13 Design Package added to Art Gallery

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

I’ve completely revamped my original Bradbury 13 package and retired the original.

This is one of the packages I was never too fond of — the cover was original but I never had a decent quality scan for the central figure (hence the reversed out effect). The other four images were really just cut-and-pastes, a design procedure I’m loathe to do but was often stuck with when I was originally learning Photoshop.

For the new package I’ve updated the Cover (with a better central image, a better logo, and the OTRR logo more prominent). The Reverse is nice haunting image combining two of my favorite Bradbury book covers (kudos to anyone who can name them). The Label is MUCH more in telling with the series name. The Tray Insert is a nice experiment with what I like to call STATIC SHOCK. And the Tray Reverse is, of course, the revamped design I’m now using on all single- and double-CD collections.

Please forgive my ramblings but after weeks of working on Bradbury 13, I’m glad it’s finally done!

More contributions, as always, are coming. :)

Denny (HapWander)