Please change your topic title to 'Agnetha fan-made single covers' – that change could remedy the confusion between her official single covers and the Agnetha fanmade single covers for someone new who may stumble upon this thread all of the sudden.
Well, since this section (Agnetha Single Covers) is full of fan-made album/single covers, I decided to post these fan-made album images out of curiosity. These look somewhat like it could be official but it's actually fan-made. :-) Sony sure does have a simplistic design that makes any music fan want to design an 'Essential' album art for an artist who hasn't have their proper release for 'The Essential' series...
The Agnetha hat cover is supposedly depicting the European release while the Agnetha stage is depicting generally international releases outside Europe... It's very typical if research is done considerably!
Alex, instead of telling me to look at something, why don't you explain what's wrong with the picture? It helps for me because I'm quite notorious for not being overly detailed, plus, the explanation encourages me to improve a particular spot that I may have a weakness in. I'd like to know which mistakes fell with my clumsy brain
It took me a while to figure out what you're saying, so, if that's not what you're looking for, have the explanation ready – maybe write at least a paragraph of a comment on what's good and which spot is left to be desired?
"Pressing manufacturer corrected print"
...and a bigger one
Close up of the fixed version – I'm trying to be consistent with the format, haha! My texts aren't even meant to be symmetrical for some reason, and it's got to do with the content of the text being typed.. If you have several longer music title on the first section, but shorter music titles on the second section, it's imbalance, but I doubt if anyone cares about the symmetry of tracklists. It's not really important unless if you have the tightest space within a design...
For those reading – lay all your constructive criticism on me (pun intended). I've got no problem with it and I'd love to analyse my flaws on 'Agnetha Gold' carefully...
Thanks Fafner for the high res photo (Someday I might try to blend it all together with other sources of image, but there's a scarce source of this similar image...) – WATERLOO , the source picture I used, was originally small, but I resized it, so I used this picture as it's more radiant than what Fafner posted – I don't know how the enlarging in my cover art came to be, as it looks surprisingly smooth, in my opinion, but it's probably my raster graphic editor that did the unthinkable – I use the 'darken' blending when composing my fan-made cover art..
I Stand Alone deserves a better artwork treatment, in my opinion. Here's a lazy but effective interpretation of the artwork. The original artwork was a bit tacky as it resembled something of an indie Swedish movie poster of the 1980s
If Agnetha had enough unreleased materials recorded during her time with ABBA.. and before and after ABBA that she reworked it at a later period... now that would be a dream. Including "I'm Still Alive", "The Queen of Hearts" and "Fastnat i skorsten" a bad Swedish "schlager-rhyming" translation of "More than a Feeling", this (blatantly fake) album would blow any of ABBA's music away as Agnetha's voice is "faster than the speed of light" as any critics would say...
Post by The Rubber Ball Man on Jan 24, 2021 21:17:07 GMT
I’ve also done single covers for Just One Heart and The Angels Cry. The fonts you see are found on the original single covers for these and the Eyes Of A Woman album. I couldn’t find a better quality picture for The Angels Cry but it’ll have to do.