QUOTE(Demonology @ Oct 3 2006, 06:00 PM) [snapback]28507[/snapback]
I was slowly gathering images for this film title but the resources are really limited.
Just wondering where on earth did you find that image on the back at the top ???
The front looks like the scan of the region 2 release but the spine needs alot of work you can see the cloning you did (IMG:http://www.hirescovers.net/forum/style_emoticons/default/unsure1.gif
as for back honestly don't know what to suggest as material for this is really none existent.
Maybe better to move bottom image to top remove the green textured effect and barb wire and then once moved bottom image fade it into the black colour going down the back ,sort legal teaxt credit billing and use the diagram of school above credit billing and insert the synopsis above that.
if i get time i'll do a little diagram out of the preview of where and what i mean.
for the back top is from a movie poster I found (I'll send it if you want?)The Spine
I see what your talking about with the cloning. I really want to try an make it look like the front somehow, but my PS skills are at an intermediate begginer at best still. Any ideas how to deal with the spine at all? Should I try just a single colored spine? Maybe I'll try and stay away from matching the front totally and try and use someother texture or design if I can find anything (agian as still a beginner the spines and backs for my covers, are still killing me to create)Bottom Image
: The reason I set it at the bottom is because it was a screen capture from the dvd, I did, and the bottom left of the sign doesn't appear on the dvd. So I placed in on the bottom, so I could hide that fact by having it just run off the bottom of the back. Barbed Wire
So you don't like the Barbed at all? This was the first time I was trying to have something run from the front cover to the back, maybe just a poor choice for this cover....
In all honesty even if I do finish this, and then you create on as well. There is a good chance I'm still going to use yours, for my own dvd, since you do such a tremendous job on all your covers.....