Monday, July 15, 2013

Write Black Cat stories and use classic art to illustrate them!

Do you want to be writer? Do you want to put your story out there for people to read? Sure you do!

 With NUELOW Games Stock Art Collection #1: The Original Black Cat in Action, you can draw inspiration from art by Lee Elias and you can write stories accordingly. And when you're done, you can post them online, fully illustrated with artwork that you have license to use. Pictures draw people's attention, so they will be more likely to read your story.

If you're just looking for some art to use in hour home projects, such as hand-outs for players at your weekly table-top RPG session, you might find the headshots by Karl M. useful,

Whatever your reason for getting this set, it is almost certain to fill any need you may have for illustrations of a girl wearing a swimsuit and pirate boots while beating up bad guys. (And just to show we're not complete sexist pigs here at NUELOW Games, this collection also includes the cover illo from ROLF!: Bathtime on Bear Creek.)

NUELOW Games Stock Art Collection #1: The Original Black Cat features 28 line drawings (with four presented in both black-and-white and color, for a total of 32 images) that are being made available under a simple, royalty-free license. Once you buy this set, the art is yours to use as you will with a few simple restrictions. To make the set easy to use, the download includes a pdf format booklet that indexes all the images and a zip archive with separate jpg files for each one. (The booklet also contains Black Cat trivia for the true hardcore fans--of which there is probably only one, and his name is Steve Miller.)

Oh... and if you do write some Black Cat fiction, we might want to publish it in a future issue of Film Fun Comics. Remember, the NUELOW Games version of Black Cat isn't limited to the 1940s. With the revised background for her that we presented in Film Fun Comics Vol. 2: The Black Cat vs. HIM! and ROLF!: Bat Meets Cat, Black Cat stories can be set any time from the 1700s through today.

Drop us a line if you have any questions or comments... we love to hear from our audience.

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