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An extremely short post, as these images evidently speak for themselves. Discovered on this lovely blog, I am astounded by the sheer quality in Upsplash‘s photography collection offers.
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I initially wanted to write a blog-post about making a cover, but then realised there are so many components that a single post couldn’t possibly cover (pun intended) them all. Therefore, I’ve decided to try and focus on a single component but explain it thoroughly rather than disarrayed information about various things.
This post is dedicated to kitygirl123 from Wattpad, who asked me first. 🙂
Things I’d like to address:
- Using the right font
- Finding fonts online
- Choosing fonts for different genres
I would also like to note: this entire post is for creative purposes only. If you are searching for information regarding commercial uses, I’m afraid this isn’t the post for you. Also, I am by no means a professional; this is just a guide I’ve created using my limited knowledge as an amateur graphic designer.
But I hope it helps you. Even if just a little bit.