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Normally, my comics work dominates the site, but this year I'm hoping to showcase my graphic design stuff (which I do through my สล็อตออนไลน์ฟรีเครดิตFedora Monkey Studios).?

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So, today, I've reworked a good chunk of the "downloads" section. The older vector art sets that were there have been retired; I'll be reworking, expanding, and improving many of them over the coming days.?

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I've also decided to start selling some vector art packs. These packs are royalty free, and licensed for commercial and personal use. The first set—"FM001"—is a?very?large pack of science-fiction themed images suited for the creation of high-tech computer displays: dials, sliders, computer displays, reticles and cursors, and much more.?

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The set contains over 140 separate elements that can be adjusted, mixed, and matched to create a pretty ridiculous number of unique "screens." Need a high-tech array of displays for your comic book supervillain's volcano lair? Or the flight controls of your space-cop's starship??

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FM001—"SCI FI HUD ELEMENTS, VOL. 1"—is now available for sale, for a mere $5.00US.?

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(Additionally, I've added F001—a free sampler containing some of the items from the full set, plus a unique vector?not?included in the larger set.)?

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For more information, visit the สล็อตออนไลน์ฟรีเครดิตDownloads page, or simply buy it now.?

Preview Gallery:

In other graphic design news...

My good friend, comedian Gabriel Rutledge, recently released a new comedy album, "Breeder." It's very funny stuff, and I recommend it (and his prior album, "Sometimes Laughter Hurts"). Both are available as digital downloads via iTunes, or can be purchased as physical CDs from Gabriel's online store.

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Why do I bring this up? I did the covers and packaging design for both albums. It's always a lot of fun to do album covers, and it's even more of a blast when it's for someone who's talent I greatly admire.?

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Check 'em out. Gabriel's got the goods.?

To purchase "Breeder" or "Sometimes Laughter Hurts"...

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Comments: 3
  • #1

    Oznogon (Thursday, 13 February 2014 16:24)

    That was the fastest pitch-to-purchase time for stock assets I've ever seen. Part of my credit card melted.

  • #2

    Eric Trautmann (Thursday, 13 February 2014 16:42)

    That's...good? I hope? ;)

    When/if you use 'em, I'd love to see them in action—shoot me a jpeg so I can brag on it, if you'd be so kind.

    Thanks very much for giving it a whirl. The next couple sets will be "tech circles" and one specifically for reticles—a bunch of realistic/based on real military reticle styles as well as retro and sci-fi themed ones.

    Best,

    -E

  • #3

    Eric Trautmann (Thursday, 13 February 2014 16:46)

    Oh, and make sure you grab the free preview set in the downloads section here—it contains a bonus vector not in the (otherwise) full set.

    -E