The material starts off with the cover page and then a page explaining how the user is entitled to use the art from the product. Outside of reselling it as clip art, it appears as long as the user attributes the art correctly, the purchaser is covered.
Each illustration that follows is a full page illustration using solid black and white artwork. The use of black is a little overdone in my opinion but shouldn't pose a problem for casual purchasers looking to add character illustrations. The material covers a wide variety of poses and stances for the characters, often against an empty background. Much of the material is highly detailed and looks like it would be at home during the 'glory' days of Kevin Long and others at Palladium during the height of their Rifts period.
My personal favorite is the female dwarf priestess. She is shown with her shield arm raised to with lighting crackling around it while her rune hammer sizzles with the same energy.
If you look at the cover illustration and enjoy it, the interiors are more of the same. Despite their fantasy theme, several of them would be right at home in a science fiction or super heroic setting like the fifth illustration which almost appears to be a war-forged until you see the hair, with both hands planted firmly upon a mace. He easily looks like he could fill the role of a Dr. Destroyer in a supers campaign.