Fat Alien Dragon

  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art
  • Royalty free game art

The Fat Alien Dragon might look a little sleepy at first, but don’t get too close he’ll lick the snot on your face, while digesting your head. He’ll make a great enemy / boss character in your next app or game. And you can change the hue of the character to create multiple versions.

Your purchase includes the source Adobe Flash files used to animate the character and you’ll get exported PNG sequences for the following actions:

  • Sleeping / Idle
  • Hopping / Run
  • Attacking
  • Hit
  • Dying

Preview each in the Usage Example link to the right. Also included are the source Adobe Illustrator and EPS files.

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License Terms - Short version: Purchasing art from our site grants you a license to use the art for commercial or non-commercial apps / digital media. Although the original artist is the copyright holder, you are granted a license to use the art in your app or game. As long as you keep to the terms of the license, the artist will never make a copyright claim against that usage, nor could any other licensee of the same art package (as they are not the copyright holder). Common sense, right? To read the full version of our art licensing terms, click here.