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Art Pack 1: Fruit and Veggies for Dundjinni, Fractal Mapper, and CC3

Art Pack 1: Fruit and Veggies for Dundjinni, Fractal Mapper, and CC3

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305 ready-to-use .png art with necessary support files
2.05 MEG
Usage: Licensed for personal or commercial use in finished maps or other artwork.
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Now you can add that extra bit of flavor as
ground clutter under trees and bushes, or in farmyard, kitchen, tavern, or marketplace scenes!

Included is 305 pieces of .png art divided into 50 folders by type. There is a total of 49 different fruit and veggies and another folder with sliced/cut versions of select items. All art has been prescaled to 1" = 5' at 200 dpi, and all the necessary files have already been added to make this pack work for both Dundjinni and Fractal Mapper. This pack can also be used in CC3, but art will have to be imported into CC3 at the HI scale manually.

Art has been optimized to give the perfect amount of variation in each set. This will keep repetition from showing in your finished maps.

The fruit and veggies in this set:

Fruit and Veggies Art Pack 1

Apples (x4)
Bell Peppers (x3)
Cabbage (x2)
Chile Peppers (x3)
Corn (x4)
Gourds (x6)
Lemons Limes
Potatoes (x2)
Sliced/Cut Items

 Why should you buy our art packs?

 There are a lot of really good artists out there on the internet, making free art available for your maps.  Don't think we're knocking them, because we're not.  If you are a home user making maps for your Chips and Dice session, their work is perfect.  However, if you are a professional who either has a game company or is doing commission artwork, there are real reasons for using our packs:

 1)  Consistency.  All our art is produced with a level of consistency in scale, style, quality, level of detail, etc.  You know what you are getting when you buy our art packs.

 2)  Commercial Use.  All of our art packs are all "royalty free" and "accreditation free" as the standard, not the exception.  It's not always possible to give the required credit that many freebie art suppliers demand, especially if you are doing a commission piece for another company.  If you want to mention us in the credits, THANK YOU, we appreciate it but it is not required.

 3)  Legitimacy and legality of our product.  We supply you with the Terms of Service clearly stated in each art pack.  We use legally owned and licensed software and assets to create our art.  Many of the freebie art sites do not supply that guarantee, or list the TOS on their website where it can change or dissapear at any time.  With today's legal climate, it's better to be safe than sorry.

 4)  Backing up of your art pack or other purchase.  We expect that you might have things installed on more than one computer that you own, and we expect you to make a backup of anything you purchase.  In fact, if you don't make backups, you'll get zapped for it sooner or later.  We don't limit how you backup your purchase.  As long as you don't share it with others or install on other people's computers, we're cool with it.

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February 5th, 2011
A large selection of nicely drawn pieces of fruit and veggie bitmaps. The focus is pretty specific, but contains everything you might need within that range. The bitmaps are very small and can't be blown up very far, but that's because they are [...]
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