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Thanks it was hard to find high resolution pictures for those 2 last artworks though.
So they are not as "sharp" as Pandora, but I tried to "smooth" some pixels that were showing too much in photoshop, I think it's okay.
And yes, I usualy do not have many ideas for back cover text! Specialy when I did not see the edit. So I go for names or some few text provided by the faneditor in the edit's info.
(plus I'm always afraid to make english fault or typo)
I'll try to look more at others people's work to come with idea for back text next time.
totally understandable. you don't need much though. The disc specs are a really nice addition (duration, video format, audio type, special features, etc). That fills up some of that space. For text, I generally rely on what the editor posts for the website summary, and/or synopses from IMDB.
Sometimes simplicity really works, and you need no text, othertimes it obvious it just was left off. I think the Independence Day cover works without text just fine. Those floating heads fill the void.... However the Nemesis cover shows a perfect space where text could have / should have gone.