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25 March 2010 @ 05:33 pm
The art of cover art  
There's a series I read where each cover shows a new tatoo on the main character. In the book, her tatoos are rarely, if never, mentioned, but it's an interesting set of progression, especially since the series has gone long enough that she's starting to run out of space for body art. I think we still have one arm and two legs left. I give huge credit to the cover artist (Daniel Dos Santos) for such a daunting task of continuity. (and yes, the tatoos seem to stay in the right place, even if her pants start to get obscenely low.)

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mathhobbitmathhobbit on March 25th, 2010 10:21 pm (UTC)
Ooh, thanks for the heads-up! I'll request the new one.

I think the paw print on her belly is mentioned in the books, and that's all?
Deneb: kittiesalphacygni on March 26th, 2010 01:53 am (UTC)
As soon as I read the first sentence, I wondered if this was the series you meant. Yes, the paw print is mentioned (when she tells someone, Samuel I think, that it's a coyote paw and not a wolf), but I don't remember any of the others being discussed. And I love that series. I am eagerly awaiting Silver Borne - only a few more days, right?