Q: What is the basic process of ordering a book from Kage Covers?|
A: For Premade covers, just email us or fill out the contact form and tell us which order number of cover
you like, what author name, title, any tag lines, and/or what small change you would like. We'll respond with a sample of what you
requested (or give you a timeline of when we can get to it if I'm backlogged). After you receive a cover you approve, we'll send a
Paypal invoice and then email you the finished product once payment is received
For custom covers, email us with your interest. we'll give you a timeline for when we can work on it. If that is approved, we'll
send you a form to fill out so you can give us your vision of what you would like. Then we'll get to work and send samples and
revise until we reach an agreement. The finished product will be sent as soon as payment is received. If you're not satisfied
with any covers, you certainly don't have to buy any. You won't be charged for anything until you see a sample of exactly the
cover you want.
Q: Is the cover I purchase exclusive for me?
A: Yes, the exact pre-made or custom cover you buy will not be sold again, however parts of stock images &
fonts may be used again in other covers.
Q: What am I allowed to do with a cover once I purchase it?
A: Once purchased, you are free to use the image in any way you wish provided it's for advertising purposes.
It is only allowed to be recreated 250,000 times though, according to image licensing agreements. HERE is a copy of the license
agreement, if you'd like to read it.
Q: Where do the book cover images in Kage Covers designs come from?
A: At this time, we get all our photo images for all the covers we design from Shutterstock.com, DollarPhotoClub.com, and 123rf.com. (We'll list
more if we start using others!) Feel free to go into one of those sites and look for an image you want. If you find something, just
reference its image ID number and we should be able to find it!
Q: How can we get a certain font used on my cover?
A: If thereís a specific font you want used, just tell us its name and Iíll see if we can find it (We usually
can!). If you only have a vague idea, you can browse through the fonts we already have HERE for an exact or close match. You can also go to
fontsquirell.com or myfonts.com to find it. If you have a picture of the font but donít know what itís called, http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/ may be able
to help, but itís not one hundred percent accurate.
Q: I want a very specific color used in my cover. How do I get you to get it right?
A: All we would need for an exact color match is for you to tell me that colorís 6-character html color code.
If you have no idea what its color code is, you can go to either http://www.colorpicker.com/ or http://html-color-codes.info/ to pick out your special color from those charts. Of if thereís a color from
another book cover or image you want to copy, you can follow these instructions HERE to figure out what its html color code
Q: What are things you cannot change in a Premade Cover?
A: Big Changes like different background, different models. And we can't alter things in a picture. I mean, we
literally can't because we'll tell you right now, we have no clue how to change hair color or clothes on a person! Yes, we are
limited on our abilities, sorry. But we're learning!
Q: What kind of information do we need to give when ordering a Full Jacket Cover?
A: To get the correct template from CreateSpace to create the correct size of picture for a print cover, we will
eventually need to know :
-INTERIOR TYPE (Black and White, Black and White with Bleed, Full Color, Full Color with Bleed).
-BOOK SIZE (examples : 5" x 8", 5.5" x 8.5", 6"x9", etc.)
-EXACT NUMBER OF PAGES.
-Will your interior pages be WHITE or CREAM colored?
Q: How do I pay for a Kage Cover?
A: Payments are made through Paypal only.
Will there ever be extra charges on anything?
A: There might be additional costs on custom-made projects. If your cover goes over the 3-image limit, each
stock image added thereafter is $20 per picture, unless you find a stock image you want used from a different source (and then
the price might possibly be higher). But all additional charges will be discussed and approved by both parties before that
Q: How do I contact the Cover Artist?
A: Contact us through AdaFrost81@gmail.com or fill out the contact
form. If we don't respond within 72 hours, please try again.
Any other questions?
A: Feel free to ask!
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