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Get a gorgeous 3D image of your book.

Supply us with a good, high-resolution image of your book cover and we can create a 3D image of it like the one to the left.

There are some limitations. For example, the software template only works with a cover image that is 6” by 9” and a spine that is 1” thick, but we can adapt your graphic to fit.

This isn’t a problem other than the fact that the 3D image won’t look precisely like your book if it was Nobody-Knows-3D-200Wreal. Here is an image of a client’s book that was 5.5” by 8.5” and not quite 1” thick. But we adapted it, and it works just fine.

If you don’t have a graphic of the spine, we can create a facsimile to complete the illusion. Just see the requirement and price options.

The options

$15 You provide a high-resolution image of your cover and its spine, the closer to 9” in print height the better. 300 ppi is best, but, for onscreen graphics, lower resolutions can work--no guarantees on how low-res versions will look if printed out.

If you have a PDF of the whole cover and if the resolution is good, we can adapt that.

$20 You provide a high-resolution image of your cover and we size it to fit the 6” by 9” template and create a 1” spine. We will approximate the font and work with Photoshop to make the colors and images look as authentic as possible.

The process: email your cover graphic as an attachment. We’ll let you know if it is workable, and then you pay the fee--a Pay Fee button is here, or you can mail a check. We’ll adapt it and send you a high-resolution graphic.

What you get:

1. a large, high-resolution 3D image that fits on an 8 1/2” by 11” landscape sheet. We’ve printed these out on photo paper and they look great. We will send a jpeg and, if you wish, a PDF version.

2. web images: if you want, we will include 2 web-ready, low-resolution images that you can use on your blog or website. Just ask, and specify the width in pixels per inch. The Mount Doom cover on this page is 300 ppi wide, and the Nobody Knows cover is 200 ppi wide; both are 72 ppi in resolution.