This is a creation of an old DC HEROES Role Playing Module "Seige", from 1985. Not much value ($8 to $20) on ebay, we still wanted to capture the spirit of bright comic color theme. The frame is a Max Moulding, yellow gloss with the liquid-looking silver inner portion. Double mat of Alphamat Artcare #8029 Carnation over a blank substrate of the Carnation again. 1/8 AFFC between each level for 3D depth and we wanted the crisp, white bevel to show twice to enhance the visual perspective. I feel it makes the cover art actually have a very deep sense of free-falling in the atmosphere. Rather than encase it, I used the biggest clear corner triangles to be "in-your-face" upon close inspection that this IS conservatively preserved. From a few feet away they disappear. The decision was made to just two-tone the colors of yellow and red as most the characters have that color scheme in their costumes, feeling that adding blue would give an unnecessary heaviness. The liquid silver is the secret, subtle ingredient that pulls it together, creating movement, picking up the dark and light blues, even being accepting of the mauvey-pinky space station, the clouds and warm gray backdrop and allowing the green-costumed **** to have a place. The red and yellow also give a strong 3D solidity to the SEIGE headlining, block letters. (and no, I was never into the role-playing) How many Super Heroes to you count?