I'm designing our college's Literary Magazine, Baily's Beads, and want to make sure the cover turns out as best as I can make it. That being said, please tear this apart.
It's obviously not done, so don't just say 'it doesn't look finished', haha. The text was an after-thought, and is only there for placement. Feel free to tell me it sucks, but I already know. Do you think that's an alright spot to put the title, though? Should the text stand out and be a 'font', or should it be incorporated into the image somehow?
The inside is going to be a flip-book of a bird dropping seeds across the pages and then plants growing from those seeds. I uploaded what I have so far on youtube, but you can't really see much other than the general movement: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJnmnMWSFrg