Something I have noticed is while the previews posted online of each cover look bright and sharp, the printed covers always appear to be darker. I assume part of that comes from an adjusted screen versus a printed cover. Just an observation.
My favorite cover (“Sam” #14) is a good example. In the printed version, it is so dark and muddy that Sam is almost hidden. Yet the cover preview here is vibrant and clear.
Regardless, the covers are still more interesting in terms of design than anything on the racks these days.
Yup. The problem is that I'm working with an illuminted screen, so the images are brighter than their printed form. I've been trying almost since day one to find the right formula for getting the pages as bright as they need to be!
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