I found it intriguing the first time around. And the second.
Now, it feels a bit old. Or maybe it’s because the tear’s trail is so thin.
I never noticed how thin the tear track on Infinite Days is before. Now that you’ve mentioned it, it does look kind of odd.
Even though I was squicked by The Tear Collector, the cover was perfect.
This last one, the tear looks weirdly 3D, and her faux blue eyes kind of take over.
I love how designers just keep coughing up the same book cover over and over and over and over and —
“squicked”? Ooh, you’re making me curious. I haven’t read The Tear Collector, but the cover is definitely eye-catching *cough* in a good way. I think it’s an awesome cover.
I think, also, the first two covers display emotion in the eyes and that’s what make them great. The last cover could be a mannequin. No feeling whatsoever.
Oh, that is such a good point about the lack of emotion!
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