Misfit Studios Blog Banner Earl Geier Stock Art

Earl Geier Presents the Axe Man Stock Art

Steven Trustrum Products, Stock Art Leave a Comment

Earl Geier: The Axe Man Cometh!

Earl Geier Axe manThis stock art piece from Earl Geier depicts a … rural … looking gent perhaps best described as the axe man. He can be used to depict a simple farmer innocently enough, or the mystery of what may be within his bucket (and hiding behind his eyes) can be played upon to use this image to portray a violent killer.

This purchase includes a JPG and a TIFF version at 300 dpi, along with an EPS vector version.

All art files are bundled in a ZIP file.

Earl Geier Stock Art License Summary

All stock art is licensed for use in professional publications. Misfit Studios (or, in some cases, the third-party artist) retain ownership of the work, meaning you cannot resell the art in your own art packs or the like, and may be required to post an artist credit.

You must include the artist’s copyright statement in all publications using the art under certain terms and conditions. You obtain a license to use the art, but do not own any rights to it beyond that.

And a Message about our Message Boards

After far too many problems and issues with things breaking with each new update, I’ve finally had enough and retired the old message boards. They are now set to read-only.

Because I still used the message boards for product announcements (for people who don’t read this blog) and private playtests, I’ve created a new message board off-site with a free service so I no longer need to worry about updates or the like. The new boards may be found here.

Other Stock Art from Earl Geier

 Tentacled Horror  Werewolf  Dungeon Monster  Monster Warrior  Monster Blob  Zombie  Gobliness  Goblin Demon  Horror Castle  Cavern  Barbarian Warrior  Portrait Collection 1  Doctor Axe Man  Bloody Stake

Pick up Earl Geier Presents: the Axe Man today for your personal or professional project

Steven Trustrum has been writing in the RPG industry since the end of the '90s and publishing via Misfit Studios since 2003. Aside from writing and publishing role-playing game content, he ... dabbles ... in content and social media marketing.

Leave a Reply