PRE-MADE COVER FAQ
Q: How does this work?
A: Add the cover(s) you want to your cart. If you want a print wrap, be sure to find the "print wrap add-on" to add to your cart as well. After purchase, you'll receive our standard premade contract for your digital signature, as well as a form to fill out for your premade information.
Q: When is payment due?
A: Immediately. In order to get the cover, you have to pay for it right away through the webstore.
Q: Will you hold a cover for me?
A: Unfortunately, no. I’ve had very poor luck doing this and have ended up burned more than once.
Q: How long does it take to get my cover?
A: 72 business hours from the time I get your completed questionnaire is my standard answer, however I’m almost always quicker than that.
Q: What if I don’t have a title picked out yet? Can I still purchase a cover?
A: YES! If you aren’t ready, that’s okay. I can hang onto the cover until you know what information you want on it.
Q: Can I keep the title already on it?
Q: What if I want (insert revision) here? Will you do that?
A: Occasionally, I’ll mention if there’s a specific revision I’m able to easily make pro bono. But this is rare. A premade is a premade because it’s designed to have no changes except text. I will, however, attempt to match an existing series branding when asked, at no additional charge. If you see a cover that you REALLY MUST HAVE but it NEEDS changes, I would turn it into a custom project and charge the custom price for a few rounds of revisions.
Q: Why are there different prices?
A: I have three different tier prices for my premades.
Tier 1 - $79: These are the simplest covers of the bunch. They use fewer images, or are easier images to work with (like vectors I use on my cozy covers.) There is little to no digital painting done. This is often contemporary and cozy covers, with the occasional simpler UF or Paranormal Romance thrown in.
Tier 2 - $100: These covers get into the harder stuff. Multiple images, DAZ renders, and some painting.
Tier 3 - $120: Top of the line. These covers are ones I spent a lot of time on. They involve DAZ, a lot of painting and effects, and face-swaps. The time and resources that go into these make them the most unique of the lot, and therefore more expensive.
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