Internal images in books

Created over 2 years ago by John Robin with 4 comments
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John robin   author bio photo 1   scarf John Robin · Author · edited over 2 years ago · 2 likes
@Matt Kaye That's great to know. We'll talk further about dimensions and adaptation specifications during production, as I will likely draw a third version specifically with the final printed book in mind.
Screen shot 2016 01 25 at 4.55.41 pm Matt Kaye · Reader · edited over 2 years ago · 3 likes
If the image already exists there's no additional fee to include it in the book. The only extra cost would come from hiring an illustrator to create the image or creating a color insert.
John robin   author bio photo 1   scarf John Robin · Author · added over 2 years ago
A note for future posting: I notice this text box functions just like the text box on our project pages, so I have to highlight the URL, then click on the link icon and insert the URL there to turn it into a link
John robin   author bio photo 1   scarf John Robin · Author · edited over 2 years ago · 1 like

I'm adding this thread to start up a discussion topic that might go here in the forum once it launches (and perhaps to get some discussion going here where we can use the features).


I'd like to know how internal images in books works. At present, I have funded for Quill, and I intend to include the world map in my print book and ebook. Does this require extra funding? What is the limit of extra material we're allowed to include, and does it vary depending on if you are with Quill of Inkshares?


The link to the map (which I'll re-draw as a good copy in two panels for a left / right page in the book to capture all the detail) is: http://www.epicfantasywriter.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Blood-Dawn-map-full-size-for-web-v2.jpg