The original cover for book 4 was fairly comlex because
This is the final cover of The Witch Series by L.S. Gagnon, (I'm unsure of its title as of this posting) probably the most difficult of the four for me to pull off because I had to squeeze all the main characters onto it, and have some semblance of a background. I tend to be a bit obsessive about details, so each one of these characters is a fully rendered figure on their own layer. That way, if the author needed a character moved around a bit, I could easily do that. And, I just had to, all right? I couldn't not, because of my brain.
This is the first cover I did for L.S. Gagnon, the third book in The Witch Series. This was a huge step for me. I ran into so many problems with my work flow and color correction when this cover went to print. It was quite a learning experience, sort of trial by fire, as my first crack at a finished, published piece of digital art. But, it was fun, and my skills grew.
This is book 2 in L.S. Gagnon's Witch Series. This was yet another leap forward for me in digital art making. I think this is probably my favorite cover of the four, I had fun learning and trying out new techniques and work flows.
This is the cover for book one of L.S. Gagnon's Witch Series, but it was actually the second cover I did for her, and my second commissioned illustration overall. Each of the covers posed interesting challenges and forced me to learn new digital skills and grow as an artist.