So, I'll be off to Hungary tomorrow, we'll go camping again and have our archery tournament by the end of the week. Expect quite a few new stock photos to rush in when I'm back, hopefully couple shots, horseback archery and more fight scenes with various weapons.
In case you've missed hit, here's the winners of my mythology-contest: [link]
The two most important ones:
CREDIT & NOTIFY
Additional rules and FAQ:
If you want to use pieces created with this stock outside dA that's usually fine - I'd be grateful, though, if you could tell me beforehand what you're going to use it for and I'd like to see the finished product, if possible. For commercial use please contact me first! (I'll most likely give you permission anyway but if you use my model stock I may have to check back with the model, especially when it comes to manips and their faces are still clearly distinguishable)
EXCEPTION: The Apassionata photos are NOT to be used in ANY commercial way!
Concerning packs: Click on the preview image to see a bigger preview image. Click "download" to get all the single images (in a big version) in one rar-pack. If there are links in the descriptions you have the option to only get single photos of the pack, these single pics are located in my scraps. I will also reupload the single photos of my latest packs to make browsing easier.
Don't repost my stock images as photography and don't use them to create your own stock images, if you want to do something like that (pixel doll bases, for example) ask me at first and we can talk about it. This stock was uploaded to directly aid artists in a creative process, please treat it as such.
If you feel the need to be rude about my models and/or about the bad quality of my older stock-packs you can save me and everyone else a not-so-nice conversation by keeping it to yourself. I realise several photos of my early days are grainy and sometimes even badly focused (believe it or not, I did not drop from the sky being as awesome as I am today ) but while manipulators may cringe in pain, artists seeking for pose reference can work well with grainy stock pics (there's enough evidence in my fav-section). So, I will keep them up for now.