35 Fantasy spot and filler illustrations!
PREVIEW PDF DEMO HERE (sample images shown are considerably smaller than actual size): http://www.outlandarts.com/Spot-Art-set4-Fantasy-Clip-Inks-guidebook-web-demo.pdf
This set is also part of a bundle that includes all our FCI sets at 25% off. Learn more here: https://gumroad.com/l/Skdwi
Bring your Adventures to life! Fantasy Clip Inks, published by Outland Arts, has one goal: bring you excellent ink art for your publications and websites. Created by industry veteran William McAusland, this series provides professional-quality illustration at affordable prices.
Spot Art set 4 contains a collection of 35, 300 dpi tiffs for indie authors, gamers and publishers to make their books and web sites look great. In this zipped folder includes a fairy, sleeping dragon on his hoard, barrels, keys, helmets, a ruined tower, more skulls, a banner graphic, locking book, bag of gems, crossed swords, grappling hook, rope bridge, a mysterious crypt and much more! This is our biggest spot art set so far. See the demo PDF to view everything included. These spot images can be modified to suit the publisher’s needs. Some suggested uses are player handouts, ornaments for maps, chapter ending icons, magic items, treasure items and filler art to add a professional and creative look to any novel, game or web page.
William McAusland has been a professional artist for well over two decades. His fantasy work has graced of publications from Wizards of the Coast, Fantasy Flight Games, Goodman Games and Kenzer & Company. Fans of the Dungeon Crawl Classics series will recognize his classic D&D style work.
License Image Use Requirements & Limitations: These images can be used in both print and web based applications within the body of a text, as a cover, as part of an advertisement, CD cover, logo, or even a T-shirt or poster bearing the customer’s logo or advertising text. The art may be cropped, colored, reduced or enlarged, flipped, distorted or otherwise modified. The Artist’s initial or signature need not show up in the final published work, however in the credits of any product, the statement: ‘Some artwork copyright William McAusland, used with permission.’ must be shown.