I'd say this cover is well-drawn, but doesn't really effectively tell me much about the content. It puts a lot of emphasis on the main character with this big, full-body shot, but there's nothing particularly intriguing about his design, like that's not saying it's a bad design at all, just that there's nothing in the design that makes highlighting it with a full-body shot the best way to make me feel intrigued about this book. The pose, similarly, is a well-drawn action pose, but what he's actually doing is ambiguous. He's sort of just... kinda maybe running or about to attack or maybe be attacked? He's in front of a sunset moon with a bunch of random rectangles that form an uncomfortable tangent with that strange incomplete border that has the background bleeding off only the top and right sides and don't really tell me much about the story.
What are you trying to say about your story with this cover? I feel like it's a nice drawing with lots of different things going on, but it could really use a more cohesive direction and theme.
Without looking at the blurb (to simulate the experience of a person casually browsing Tapas), things I'd assume about this book:
- The tone is like a shounen fighting manga (because that's what the style of the cover evokes) probably the target audience is teenage boys.
- MC is a teenage boy from our world who gets into a desperate situation, maybe chased?
- Warm colours and lots of red hues, probably an energetic, fast-paced story with lots of action rather than something gloomy and thoughtful.
- It's violent and bloody, or maybe involves murder or vampires (blood splatter on logo).
- Sunset or the moon is relevant somehow. Vampires? Werewolves? Witches?
- .... rectangles?