I’m experimenting with making all the images that can be found on Starbright Illustrations available as stock art. I have discovered three ways of doing this so far. For example, I love the mecha posing on the cover of this role-playing game (which is available from RPGDriveThru). I think other people are going to like it too, and possibly want to use it in games they are designing, or for cover art for a book they are writing, for playing-card art or just to illustrate a short story in a blog. Here is the image without the cover graphics of the role-playing game.
I want to enable these options, so people can use the art for a reasonable fee. The first option, for people who just want a low-resolution version for use online is to click the PM button in the corner of the image. This takes you to the Permission Machine Page, where it is possible to buy rights to the low-res version of the art.
The art is only 86.81 kb and 204 x 300 px, so is only for use as a small embed on the web. The second way to get the art is to go to Image Embed.
At Image Embed, there are two options for using the image. It can be used free, but with attribution and a watermark, or it can be used without attribution for a small fee per impression. The image is also much bigger, at 1816 x 2662 pixels and 3.2MB, so it can be embeded at a larger size. Use in print is not allowed however.
To use the image in print, on playing cards, or in PDFs, you can buy a personal license, or commercial license directly from this site. (What these two licenses mean)
So enjoy your image as a low-res embed, high-res embed or download.