The "Deluxe" banner, albeit thinner, has the same vertical pull as that honkin' big "Passions Secrète" text on the poster. "Freud," however, is only 5 letters and obviously wouldn't fill the same horizontal space. The only conceivable way of addressing the lopsided composition of the No-Deluxe version would be to crop the image from the top left to lose some of that negative space to the right and bottom.
Wow, particularly impressed with the 'Freud' (I prefer it without the 'Deluxe Edition' so thanks for providing both Spinmeister!) and the 'Medicine Man' (so distinct from you other cover for it Raferjanders, bring on an extended release so I can use them both!).
I made it with the thinking that I would order it from LLL to support them during the pandemic (thankfully, my unemployment got approved yesterday, so I really breathe a sigh of relief!), but I realized I probably wouldn't listen to it often. Ordered Voyager Collection 1 instead. But, still, the cover's finished and maybe someone can use it.
OK so, first of all, apparently the board does accept animated PNGs.
Second...what software did you use to create a PNG that's animated?
Awesome, now we need to see if we can embed into a music file!
You stick what you want to be each frame in a separate layer, and make sure the layer name begins with "_a_". If you want static content to persist across all frames (like a background or foreground) then give those layers names NOT beginning with "_a_". Then export to PNG.
Nick Quarry would be an interesting task. The "pilot" was actually a 15 minute short film intended to sell a one hour action series. It was never aired and was only seen by a few executives. It starred Tony Scotti and apparently featured random action scenes that were deemed too violent for TV including "stunt-filled sequences involving helicopters and ships."
It would be cool to see what you guys could come up with based on such limited info. Maybe a Saul Bass type deal?