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Tip 11: Creating a Collage of Cover Images

Sometimes you may to produce images which contain more than one cover image as part of the same images. For example, you might be creating an illustration to represent a collection of eBooks.

In this case, what you need to do is use CoverFactory to to create each of the individual covers separately. Then use your painting program to copy and paste them together to make the final collage.

Here are some tips for best results:
  1. Plan out your work ahead of time. It helps to have a little sketch (it can be crude) of what you're eventually working towards.

  2. It's usually easier to make different covers look like they are meant to go together, if you avoid shadows and reflections, and keep the covers in roughly similar orientations.

    (If you're a Michaelangelo of the computer graphics world, please feel free to ignore this tip!)

  3. When creating each of the covers, use a plain solid color background. This way, you won't have to worry about creating seams between the different images in the collage.

  4. Provided you have access to good quality painting program with anti-aliased scaling, it's a good idea to create each of the individual covers quite large, the overall collage quite large, and then scale the whole collage down only after the final collage is assembled.

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