Description for Stock ArtFat Goblin Games
Relying on freelance artists can often break a one-man operation's art budget - or even a small publishing company's. Abandoned Arts' stock art collection offers royalty-free art resources for the developer with a shoestring budget (or the GM interested in spicing up his or her hand-outs!). Each collection offers re-mastered works from royalty-free images within the public domain, and grants a nearly-unlimited license for five full-color images and their greyscale counterparts for use as cover or interior art.
In addition to an extremely affordable price tag, each collection features public-domain artwork hand-picked for compatibility with the fantasy gaming niche, and re-sized and re-touched for quality and sharpness. Every piece is a real and bona fide work of art - not an amateur sketch or digital design. Enjoy!
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Multi-weapon fighting penalties,
spell chips and remote computers,
Questions about my low level recurring villain,
Melee / Ranged Combat Shenanigans,
Spell Perfection + Arcane Strike,
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