It’s more a test than a tutorial, but works very well. I use two layers for the color because with the second layer (Overlay mode) I can play with the o…
Final format test
These are the final pages from the test of format for the book.
It’s a novel with a more simple text, like a screenplay, where each scene in the chapter have an illustration, and the “chapter cover” too. The dialog, that doesn’t appear in the test, are all like “char name: dialog” in italic format.
And I reached the point where I need to make the choice, because the rest of the work depends on it: create the book in this format, or make it in the “normal” format for novels (full text and no illustrations).
I know that this format have some limitations, like not working on epub format.
My question is: it will work? People will want to read it?
Changing plans about the book
I started the online publication of my book In The Fields of Time.
But now I have other plans for it.
The “free” published part will be ONLY the first chapter, as an example of the work. The rest maybe will published at Amazon or other service as an indie book.
Not a good picture (I have only my tablet and it’s camera is bad)
The color of the background is more purple than blue. Handpainted on a white cotton t-shirt. The background was made with watercolor (fabric paint dissolved on water), and cover all the t-shirt. Drawing and letters painted with a number 0 soft pencil and fabric paint.
I need to work on the book.
And here I was playing with the layout of the pages. If I put a picture of the scene on each page, each chapter gonna be between 20 and 40 pages. In the end only the volume 1 will stick to almost 400 pages.
This’re too big, no one will want to read because of the size (and price), even though half of it has drawings.
If anyone saw my writer neuron sends him home.
The last time I saw him was last night when he ran naked screaming that he’s Thandruil :P
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