Phantasy Graphic Design stands for creativity, collaboration, and customer service.
My many years of experience and my zest for artistic creation make me the ideal partner for all of your company's graphic design needs. It is important that I communicate with my clients in detail to able to create something truly unique for their business. I encourage feedback since it is always incorporated into my work. You can always expect quality work and great customer service here at Phantasy Graphic Design. My customers are very important to me and I strive to meet or hopefully beat their expectations of my service.
I have been avidly making graphics since 2008 and am currently enrolled in college to further my knowledge of graphic design and computer media art. What started out as a hobby for me has turned into my passion. I have been dabbling in art in many forms since I was a child and expression through art has always been my dream.
Graphic design has turned my great love of reading and of art into a job that I love. My journey has been a thrilling one, allowing me to make book covers for authors from all over and be introduced to even more wonderful books.
All of my works are original and I will use only Royalty-Free images, Creative Commons images or images that I have taken or drawn myself, in my artwork. You never need to worry about your cover having copyright infringement issues.
I cannot guarantee however, that you will never see your character image somewhere else. The sites that I, and other designers, buy images from are open to many artists. You may see your model on another cover but the layouts of individual artists will always be different. I will never re-sale your cover.
TIPS ON GETTING THE COVER YOU WANT AND DRAWING THE ATTENTION YOUR BOOK DESERVES.
If you issues with the model chosen for your cover appearing on a cover by another artist, I highly recommend going for a cover with no images of people. There are several examples in my portfolio of non-character covers. Non-character covers have within them elements from your story and can have a very dramatic effect in the end. This is something you should consider when thinking about your cover.
Work hard on the synopsis for your story. (I will need this and so will publishers) Your synopsis of your book should paint a clear over-all picture of the story. A well written description will increase your chances of getting the perfect cover for your book and will also increase your chances of capturing the attention of a publisher.
If you intend on advertising your book yourself on Facebook or other social media sites I recommend that you purchase my Dream Pack. This package deal will save you money in the long run and has Timeline banners and widgets that are custom matched to your cover. When people see your Timeline banner on Facebook, for instance, they will immediately recognize your book on their favorite book site or on the shelf at their local book store. Remember a picture is worth a thousand words.
Claudia Trapp-Owner/Graphic Designer
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