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This may have been asked and answered in another thread but I'm a bit short on time at the moment so I'll take the liberty of asking it here as well.

Is there any possibility that we might be able to purchase posters or prints of the artwork used in Pathfinder products at some point in the future? I know framed posters/prints of the Tomb of the Iron Medusa cover art or Craig Spearing's opening funeral procession piece for Carrion Crown would look mighty sweet in any gaming den. :)

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Moved thread.
Many of the artists post prints of their works on their website, or through DeviantArt and similar sites. (For example, Kerem Beyit, the artist for the covers for Serpent's Skull, has posted this available as a print from "City of Seven Spears". (Personally, I'm waiting for Eando Kline.)


Excellent. I wasn't quite sure what the policy was on that. A while back I inquired about some artwork Mike Lim had done for Warhammer Online and that was a no-go. Games Workshop seem to be pretty strict with how they handle their IP.

It's good to know that Paizo are more approachable in that regard. Thanks Liz.

Silver Crusade

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Liz Courts wrote:
(Personally, I'm waiting for Eando Kline.)

Pff, people only love him because he's Roy Khan. ;)

It really is awesome that artists are able to sell their Paizo-related stuff though. There's so much of it worth framing, so little wallspace...

(need Rule of Fear's cover badly)

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

Heine Stick wrote:
Excellent. I wasn't quite sure what the policy was on that. A while back I inquired about some artwork Mike Lim had done for Warhammer Online and that was a no-go. Games Workshop seem to be pretty strict with how they handle their IP.

Please note that I'm not 100% sure what the terms of the artist's contracts read and what precisely is allowed - but I've gotten a print of Seelah, the iconic paladin, so here's to hoping that more Paizo art is available for display on walls around the world. :)

*makes a note to ask folks about this tomorrow*


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Mikaze wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
(Personally, I'm waiting for Eando Kline.)
Pff, people only love him because he's Roy Khan. ;)

HAHAHA! Khan is actually my favorite male vocalist! I really wish my DJ had some Kamelot, I'd love to sing some at karaoke - my range is pretty close to his. :D

Andoran

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Mikaze wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
(Personally, I'm waiting for Eando Kline.)

Pff, people only love him because he's Roy Khan. ;)

I don't see the resemblance, sadly. I think he looks like one of my former co-workers, Kevin, (who is also a big Kamelot fan).

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