Cover Design Tool Roundup

#3 July – Cover Design

If you see a font you want to identify, check out Font Squirrel Matcherator.  Just upload an image with type and this tool will show you the fonts that match.

The Brusheezy website has a vast collection of Photoshop documents (PSDs), brushes, patterns, textures, actions, shapes, styles, and gradients to download or share. The brushes can be used in Photoshop or Affinity Photo.

This is an ultimate bundle of Adobe Photoshop add-ons made by Guerillacraft.

With this must-have bundle of layer styles and textures, you will get awesome art prints instantly. For everyone who loves halftones and retro graphics. Easy to use and instant gorgeous effects.

Glamour Absolute is a new “two-faced” bold serif font with both modern and vintage curves. With its split personality, this beauty is very versatile, capable of covering a wide range of projects. A free Photoshop template with the subtle noise texture used in the Creative Market previews is included.

Typewolf is a great resource for tips on pairing type fonts. And one of the most helpful articles was The 40 Best Free Google Fonts. 

An Ingram Spark Course: Learn how to design a book cover and interior with book design tips that will help your book reach more readers. This course reveals important publishing industry standards to keep in mind for your book design, whether you create your cover and interior yourself or work with a professional book designer.

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