Monday, April 18, 2011

New Cover for Infinite Space, Infinite God

We love the cover for the original Infinite Space, Infinite God, but it was not the intended art. Twilight Times had commissioned Damon Bryan Shackelford
to do a Marian procession with aliens. We'd loved the idea, and Damon even wanted to put the contributor's faces in it. How cool is that? Unfortunately, time constraints and some difficulties in details meant it didn't get done in time, and we went with the smashing cover by Kurt Ozinga.

However, Lida, the publisher, really liked the idea, and with ISIG II out, she decided it was time to give ISIG a new look. She went back to Damon, who was able to make the changes. Here's the result, without the title, etc. What do you think? Me, I'm geeking out!

Get ISIG I or II at Amazon. The Kindle versions are on sale for 2.99 through April 23!


PaperSmyth said...

So, out of curiosity, is one of the processing aliens you? If so, which one?

(Cool idea. Wish I owned some kind of gadget I could read the "Kindle version" with.)

Karina Fabian said...

No, I was in there, but the placement just didn't look right to me, so I asked the artist to remove it.

Delta Bravo Sierra said...

Here is another link to the cover art

Too bad it might not be used.

Karina Fabian said...

Oh? I've not heard that it's not going to be used, but the publisher was talking about using it in the re-issued Volume I. I'll let you know when I do.