Goblin – Medieval Character Art
The Goblin game art character pack will add a creepy antagonist to your next app or game. Actually, why think in terms of just one, you can spawn hordes of these dudes at your main player. As always, the art is royalty-free. Buyers will receive 9 animations for the following actions:
- Jump Attack
- .ai (Adobe Illustrator to edit the vector art if you wish)
- .eps (Illustrator 10 EPS)
- .png files (for each body part)
- .png sequences (for each animation in three different sizes, Large / Medium /Small)
- Spriter Source Files (used to create the animations)
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- File Formats: PNG| PNG Animated Sequences| Original Art is Vector-Based| Adobe Illustrator| EPS| Spriter
- Animation Sequences: Idle | Walking | Running | Jumping | Hurt | Dying | Attacking | Jump Attack | Sliding
- Usage Example: View the Art in Action!
- Artist is For Hire: Yes, always ready to work!
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For free game art, initiate the checkout process as if you were buying the item. On checkout, you won't be asked for a credit card or Paypal information (if your total cart value is $0.00). Your cart can combine free and paid items.
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.