Monster RPG Character Pack 1

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

The Monster RPG Characters Pack 1 contains 10  royalty free game art characters: 3 skeletons, 3 orcs, 2 thugs, 1 gorilla and 1 golem. And as a bonus, you’ll get plenty of weapons, swappable to any character. Highlights of this pack are:

  • Fully customizable, change or add custom content, change colors, add different weapons
  • Ready to animate with separated *.png, all files (easily importable to programs like Spriter), but this package does NOT contain animated frames.
  • Grouped, named and categorized in Adobe Illustrator CS4-CC (*.ai original files)
  • Also saved to Adobe Photoshop
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  • File Formats: PNG, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator (vector art)
  • Animation Sequences: none
  • Artist is For Hire: Not usually, depends on the job.
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