Time to boost the signal! This September I am planning on doing a roundup of some favourite resources for Table Top Role Playing Games. Most of which are free and online.
One set of tools that has been incredibly useful to me as I have been creating my incredibly light pamphlet adventures... and this blog, has been knowing where to find images that it is free and legal to use. I wanted to share a few of my favourite resources here:
|Pixabay has more dragons than you can
shake a vorpal sword at, like
this one from OpenClipart-vectors
Pixabay is a massive library of free, royalty-free stock images. It's terms are incredibly simple: don't sell unaltered images, don't just reupload images to other libraries, don't use the images to portray identifiable people in them in an offensive way, don't use images of branded products to create misleading association or claims about that product. Otherwise, it is use as you like for commercial or non-commercial use. No attribution required (But I try to when I can). No fees (But some contributors have tip jars).
|Photo by Naman Porwal on Unsplash
Public Domain Review
|"Sato Norikiyo defend himself"
by Kuniyoshi Utawgawa
Raw Pixel maintains a large and slowly public domain library categorized by artist or source. Among other things, Raw Pixel keeps a great number of naturalists' diagrams, Japanese Ukiyo-e art from some of my favourites, and a great deal of ancient Egyptian art.