1824 Paris Book Cover© Course
Not only will you learn how to create one cover, but we will be learning 2 styles of covers in this course AND discussing simple changes you can make to the technique to create totally different looks with the same process!
***This course teaches only how to create this book cover not how to bind pages into it. If you would like to learn how to bind pages into this or any book cover, please see my other course, "Hollow Back Binding".
***Also, for students who have already taken the 1879 Florence course, you probably noted that this book cover uses the same classic style spine, so some of the info will be similar. I use this style of spine a lot in book making so it needs to be in this course, too. Each course must be able to stand on its own as many students don't take all the classes and it is much-needed info. ;) ***
*So, first off...I want you to make stuff from the skills I teach and sell that stuff, if you want to!
But, the contents and techniques in this tutorial are the exclusive property of Nik the Booksmith©, hence students should not share, sell, re-teach or reproduce these tutorials in any form, including but not limited to: lending out or sharing downloaded files whether by emailing or other digital sharing, videos, blogs, sharing logins or passwords for Teachable accounts, nor in person by holding classes or workshops whether in public or private gatherings. Sales of products resulting from any Nik the Booksmith technique should be limited to a small business scale. (i.e. less than 500 sales per year). For larger commercial rights of sale or use of techniques, please contact instructor for details.
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Hello all, nice to meet you! I am Nik and I live in Colorado, USA. For the past few years, I've produced videos of my work on YouTube. You may know me from there! I have always been an artist, but I really found my calling with bookmaking. After developing tried and true methods of creating uniquely styled books, I have jumped into the world of online teaching. From this platform, I can interact with hundreds of students worldwide, spreading good cheer and Booksmithing techniques! Feel free to contact me and ask questions, if you like. Also, check out my YouTube channel for a look at past and present work and also course information videos. =)