I started Issue One with no real idea of what the cover should look like.  Instead, I focused on telling my story, and figured I’d worry about that problem when the time came.

Then, about halfway through the issue, a shot came together that just said “Oh, yeah, this will be your cover.”   Since I’m not one to argue with inanimate pieces of electronic code that display on my monitor as graphic images, I agreed.

Not only am I happy with this shot, it allows me to demonstrate the resolution at which many of the frames are rendered.  While I could probably get away with images that are a lot smaller, I like having my options open to me.

Now, on to the story.