This page is just for fun. These are some of the early versions for The Last Witch cover.
The original artwork for the first version by R-becca. I love the way her white hair makes her eyes pop out.
This beautiful cover was designed by Char Adlesberger. I loved it, but in the end, I felt it was important to return to a close-up of Emmeline's face - particularly her eyes.
This is the final, drool-worthy artwork done by Isaiah Stephens. When I stumbled upon his portfolio, I knew it would be perfect for The Last Witch. Just look at her eyes!! He was wonderful to work with and will be providing the cover art for for the final two books in the Incenaga Trilogy.
This is after I tried to darken her hair to match Emmeline, and before I knew what I was doing on Photoshop. Who am I kidding, I still don't know what I'm doing. This cover isn't as stunning as the original, but it worked well enough for the copies I passed out to my family.
This is me messing around again. I like the original better on this one too.
Once again, I couldn't help myself and had to make a few tweeks of my own. When will I learn?! But this time I think it worked. While Isaiah's version is absolutely gorgeous, I worried that it would be too dark for a book cover, especially in thumbprint size. I'm happy with the way it turned out. Although, the original is a spot-on portrayal of Emmeline's eyes at night.
A little inspiration for The Last Witch...
The Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany. This castle was also the inspiration for Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle.