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  • Are your covers unique or do you sell them multiple times?
    All the premade covers are one-offs. Once a cover is sold, that’s it. It will never be sold again.
  • Can the design of the  premade covers be modified?
    Yes, I can make small changes to the designs. The fonts I use can also be changed if you prefer another font. Font change and small changes like character hair color, general color are free . If the change needed is more complex it will be charged extra according to the complexity.
  • Can you create a series based on a premade cover?
    Yes, most of the premade covers on the website can be turned into series. The next covers in the series will be the same price as the premade cover(the original price without any discounts) , they won't be charged at the price of custom covers.
  • How long does it take to make a cover?
    It depends on the complexity and type of cover you wan . Covers created with stock images can be done in about 3-4 days, while a digital painting one can be done in about one week and a half.
  • How do I comission a custom cover?
    Check the "Custom Book Covers" page on my website for booking availability first and for the prices. Usually I'm fully booked for atleast the next 6 months. If my availability fits your timeline and you want to book a spot, email me at and let me know what type of cover you want, when will you need it and give me some details about the book.
  • Where do you get the images you use in  your designs?
    The images I use come with a standard license from Deposit Stock. I also use 3D renders made with Daz Studio, rendered by me. Contact me if you need extensive licensing for more print copies (more than 500.000) .
  • If I buy a premade cover now/comission an ebook cover  can I add the paperback version later?
    Yes, the paperback version can be done later not a problem. You can also purchase the paperback wrap add on along with the ebook cover and send me the information needed to make it whenever you're ready-
  • What information do I need to provide for the paperback version?
    For the paperback verison I will need the following information : the Trim size, page count, paper color and blurb.
  • Do I have to credit you in my book?
    It's not mandatory, but I would greatly appreciate it ♥. In case you want to do so, please credit: Book cover design by BRoseDesignz Thank you!
  • Can I purchase a premade cover if I don't have the book title yet?
    Yes, you can! I can modify the text for you whenever you're ready. Just leave a note when you make the purchase and let me know you don't have the text information yet.
  • Can I receive the PSD (Photoshop) file of my cover?
    Yes, you can get the cover file in PSD format but please note that all layers will be flattened, and you are not allowed to alter the artwork in any way, only the text layers can be edited . Full-layered PSDs contain licensed material (stock photos from third parties that could be extracted from them) so those files can't be distributed because of licensing and copyright issues.
  • What stock images do you use?
    We use only licensed, royalty-free stock photos from such websites as Depositphotos.There is no extra cost for stock images, the price you pay for your book cover includes all stock images used.
  • What rights do I get over the deisgn I purchase?
    As the creator of the cover design, I automatically hold the copyright for that design. When you purchase a cover from me, I grant you a licence to use that design for your book. When ordering from BroseDesignz, the Client is purchasing a STANDARD license that allows to: -Sell an unlimited number of e-books and promote the book -Use your print cover to sell up to 500k physical copies of books After payment has been made, you have all the rights to use your book cover under the Depositphotos Standard License terms of use. Where a cover design uses stock photos or images then the original photographer/designer holds the copyright to that individual photo or image. I will have purchased a licence to use the image within the design I have created and you are granted a sublicence to use that image. Individual elements of your cover design must not be extracted, reproduced, or used in any other way. They can only be used as part of the overall cover design. If you exceed sales of 500,000 books(physical copies), you may need to purchase an Extended License for each photo playing a major role on the cover. Please, contact us to get more information on the license.
  • Can I sell non-book commercial merchandise with the art?
    The standard license you purchase with our book cover design packages DOESN’T include the right to sell commercial merchandise. You need to purchase an extended license in order to print your cover on t-shirts, mugs, etc.
  • Do you provide copyright for illustrated book cover design?
    Yes, if requested, we provide you with the copyright for illustrated book cover design. However, we retain the right to use it in our portfolio.
  • Can I alter the design myself?
    No. The licence I provide allows you to use the cover on your book and for promotion, but it does not allow you to alter the image yourself. If you would like changes made to the artwork this may be possible. Please let me know what you would like and we can go from there.
  • Can I use stock images for a custom book cover?
    Yes, you can select any stock image from Depositphotos. We will purchase the image for you.
  • How many revisions do you provide for custom cover deisgns?
    3 revisions are included in the custom cover packs .Usually 3 rounds of revisions are all it takes to polish a cover design and bring it in its publishing-ready format. Note: a set of revisions does not include a complete redesign of the chosen concept or a completely new design. Each concept is unique therefore the number of revisions each project receives depends on a lot of factors such as: how elaborate the project is, what the client’s wishes are, the estimated budget and the publishing deadline. Additional revisions will cost extra depending on the request.


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