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Fantasy Stock Art 2: Female NPCs

Fantasy Stock Art 2: Female NPCs

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Female NPC Stock Art 

By professional artist, Patrick E. Pullen

Here are 4 female NPCs that you can use for your projects.

These tempting lady NPCs are ready to seduce your players into doing their bidding!


Here are 4 pieces of art that I have posted which can be used to enhance the look of your products, such as your Drive Thru RPG and RPG Now projects. The art has been compressed into 1 zip file for easy download.

When using my art I ask to be credited in the artist section as Patrick E. Pullen.

You can use the art to enhance the look of your adventure module, print and use them as cool handouts for your players, use them for your blog/vlog or maybe even get adventure ideas from one of them. There are 4 pieces of art. All of Female Characters. If you have purchased this product, please Rate/Comment or start a Discussion to let me know how I can make my future products better and THANK YOU for your purchase!

By paying the purchase price, you buy the right to use any of the pieces of art in this package for your projects and products as long as the product does not use the art itself for profit. 

You may not place any of this art in other stock art.

All artwork rights are retained by the artist (Patrick E. Pullen) and may be used to enhance products for sale. This product, however can not be sold in any other art projects or art compilations without written consent from the artist. All artwork is copyrighted by Patrick E. Pullen 

Please check out these other products from Patrick E. Pullen

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Steve M April 30, 2016 2:13 am UTC
These are some nice pieces, but can I make one minor suggestion? Can you put the license terms and to whom the art is credited in the zip file (either as a pdf or txt doc? I'm going to be making one, so I know the terms of use and your name when I get around to using your art in a book. Otherwise, I'll be "darn it... who did these pieces?!... where did we get them from?"

[For the record, I am both a publisher and a consumer of stock art on the Onebookshelf sites. I hope I'm not violating policy by posting here.]
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Patrick P April 30, 2016 8:12 am UTC
Done! Added a txt doc. Thanks for the suggestion, Steve. I also use multi-Onebookshelf sites. I don't think it violates anything. If you like stock art. Check out my other titles.
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Jonathan W April 25, 2016 8:27 pm UTC
What is the one crawling? a vampire or something else? She is sexy and creepy if that is possible. LOL
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Patrick P April 25, 2016 8:34 pm UTC
What ever you want her to be. I was thinking a vampire spawn when I made it.
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