Alright Programs, yea or nay?
It's rather late, but I thought I'd post this here for feedback. The basis is simple: keep it simple! Any geometric designs are generally a real pain to tool successfully. I feel that any of these are bound to come out with a number of errors, at least in the circle segments.
I'm anticipating all manner of difficulties in travel and shipment, so this cover is meant to be as basic and durable as possible. It will also not be a 'proper' book (as the leather is too thick for that), but instead have a laced cover - that form of 'single strand braid' at the edges (the most sightly and yielding option), forming a sort of clamshell case, with one riveted buckle closure, and two inside slide-pockets for paper figures as planned, or any other objects, letters, photos, or associated material. The clamshell case also allows the book to be more expandable inside, again, for more possible content.
The painting and careful tooling/beveling of the lines is going to be a royal, squinting nightmare. There is also a blue iridescent acrylic I wished to use for the 'T' mark. the borders are meant just to be beveled and not painted. Don't mind the 'crescent circles' at the shoulder segments; that's just hasty work, on my part.
Feeback would be appreciated.