I’ve settled on a final cover for GameSpite Quarterly 4. I respect the fact that so many people seem to be in love with the lawn gnome, but aside from a rather esoteric connection to Half-Life 2 it doesn’t really say “videogames” to me. But, as it happens, the back cover illustration — a minor edit of a lovely photo my fiancée shot a few weeks ago — has continued to grow on me. Much like Adrian Belew, the more I look at it, the more I like it. So, a simple switch and that back cover photo becomes the front, and I will keep the lawn gnome on the back side of the book so as to satisfy reader demand.
If you’d care to have a glimpse of which cover is in store for you (along with what will be between those covers), you can have a look at the GameSpite Quarterly 4 index page. Handy, eh?
8 thoughts on “Cover system”
This looks fantastic. I just might have to, uh, buy this one.
Beautiful cover – the use of photographs on the covers of these things lends a refreshing feeling that’s pretty rare when reading about games.
Awesome. Can’t wait until the order links are up!
Awesome, nearly time to buy the first set of quarterlies. Due to my antipodean location I thought I’d bide my time, watching, waiting, until the shipping costs could be ameliorated somewhat.
Is there ever going to be a year one vol. 2? Seems with all the GQSing there’s not enough time for that, unless the editorial duties can be allocated to a team of like minded enthusiasts.
Table of contents looks great. Looking forward to this as always!
Actually, Year 1 Vol 2 is in the queue to publish as soon as I’m done with the next subscriber bonus.
Really digging the Discipline reference here.
Oooh, groovy. It shall be looked forward to.
Comments are closed.