Of Shadow and Sea - Final Cover
12/21/2014 09:52:57 am
12/21/2014 10:39:55 pm
They're made of bronze, actually. In this setting, thanks to the magic system, weapons get stronger as they're used. So these are bronze daggers that have been handed down through a hundred generations of assassins.
12/25/2014 03:27:27 am
So a hundred generations ago Indirial no longer had use for some daggers and gave them to some random ninjas and here we are...
12/21/2014 02:24:46 pm
I would expect an assassin, or whatever she is, to paint their blades flat black. And the color does look weird. Is that supposed to be bronze?
12/21/2014 10:43:31 pm
They are bronze, and that fact relates to the magic system.
12/21/2014 04:40:56 pm
I think it's cool.
12/21/2014 10:45:09 pm
I was really happy with this one. Sea has a good cover too, but I'm waiting on final tweaks from the artist, so right now I'm sitting on a temp cover in case they don't get back to me before I have to upload.
12/21/2014 10:35:33 pm
I like the comments so far... in a world of magic and mystery, the improbability of golden daggers is what stands out.. Or maybe they've been worked with Magic? xD
12/21/2014 10:47:28 pm
You may remember that practicality has never been my primary goal in designing weapons. Azura, anyone?
12/22/2014 10:38:51 am
Pretty sure that is gold, not bronze. Somebody get Will a periodic table of elements.
12/22/2014 11:51:47 am
This is a bronze plate. Looks like gold. Someone get her a pair of glasses.
12/22/2014 09:43:42 pm
My periodic table says these knives are made out of Strontium. I think I may have done it wrong.
12/22/2014 06:08:29 pm
I'm color blind, so most of the above conversation means nothing to me! :)
12/22/2014 09:45:33 pm
On the Kindle, it will actually correct your color blindness and let you see this cover in its glorious full range of colors.
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