Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland

One more try at the cover

OK, same formatting as last time but I've used Albertus as the typeface and set the colour to black, with all fonts engraved, which gives a white/grey border. It seems to be reasonably clear at 50% and 25% magnification.

I have a tendency to use Albertus a lot because I think it's a very nice font - also, it's the only font I've actually paid for (as distinct from downloading from free sites and getting with software etc.) - but I think it works here.

Also lightened the background, which someone suggested much earlier, and that helps considerably.

Later: Font alignment glitch fixed.

Later still: Going with this one, it seems to work pretty well.
Tags: forgotten futures, jo walton, rpg, tooth and claw

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