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Image Portfolio Platinum Edition 5: Storn Cook $9.99
Average Rating:4.8 / 5
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Image Portfolio Platinum Edition 5: Storn Cook
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Image Portfolio Platinum Edition 5: Storn Cook
Publisher: LPJ Design
by Michael T. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 01/14/2012 09:37:19
This is some really beautiful artwork from Storn Cook, and at $10 you cannot go wrong. THe biggest downside is in the password protection on the product which prevent me from moving it directly into a layout program. Why is it there if the usage license says I'm free to use these images? This holds me back from giving this 5 stars, not the art itself.

Pros: Amazing artwork at a fantastic price
Cons: password protection on the document

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Image Portfolio Platinum Edition 5: Storn Cook
Publisher: LPJ Design
by Nearly e. D. P. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 09/22/2011 15:55:27
I haven't seen these Image Portfolio products before, but as soon as I saw this was Storn Cook, I knew I had to have a look. What the Portfolio is is six images from (in my opinion) one of the finest RPG character artists there is, Storn Cook. I've always loved his character work, and here are six superhero-themed character portraits you can use in non-profit or independent products.

One of the nice things about superhero art is that a lot of it can fit more than one genre.

Two of these pictures I would say are firmly in the Superhero mould - a winged flier, and an electric martial artist (who you can see on the cover). The man in the suit with a fancy sci-fi gun and bionic hand could be superhero, science fiction, or cyberpunk. There's an ogre-mage in a business suit who wouldn't be out of place in a Shadowrun game, a warrior-woman that would fit in with a high-fantasy game. And finally, there's a cosmic being who could be anything from an avatar of the Universe itself to a Cthuluoid horror from beyond the stars.

Storn's character work is dynamic and expressive - these don't seem like "generic" heroes to me. I look at each one and can immediately get ideas for different characters to play.

If I were producing a small-press Superhero-themed product, these would help it look fantastic. Recommended.

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
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