Put down that broad sword, and stop slashing through computer screens trying to draw your own RPG characters! This bundle has 30 incredible dudes and dudettes ready to make your app look like a million bucks.
The art is royalty-free and ready to be used in your app or game via a few formats. You’ll get the original vector art in Adobe Illustrator (CC, CS6, CS5, CS4) format PLUS each character has already been imported into Adobe Flash files, with body parts symbolized as Movie Clips (with proper pivot points). So for you Flash animators, these are ready for animation, and of course the original vector art from Adobe Illustrator is easily modifiable. You’ll also get PNG files of each part of every character. Speaking of, here’s a complete list of the character’s you’ll receive….
- Fire Mage
- Ice Mage
- Earth Mage
- Forest Warrior
- Secret Warrior
- Wind Mage
*Note these characters are setup for animation, but NOT animated.
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- File Formats: PNG| Adobe Illustrator | Adobe Flash
- Animation Sequences: None
- Artist is For Hire: Not usually, depends on the job.
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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.