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Hi to my lovely indie game developers!

I'm bringing you the Gloomy Cemetery Pack: 12 Visual Novel Backgrounds.

All 12 backgrounds are 2500 x 1667 px (JPG file format). The backgrounds in this pack are now priced at 0.7$ each, hence, the whole pack costs 8.4$.

After the purchase, you can use these backgrounds safely in both free and commercial visual novels (no need to credit me), but please don't resell them or share them with third parties.

This pack works well with:

Did you use these backgrounds? If yes, please feel free to post the link to your visual novel in the comment section below! I'd love to play your game!

Browse more visual novel backgrounds here.

Got a question? Please read the FAQ or write me a comment!

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In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7.14 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Gloomy Cemetery Pack - 12 Visual Novel Backgrounds.rar 12 MB

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Hi! I was actually wondering if I am allowed to apply your art not for game content creation use, but for live-streaming? I may make panels with them and use these as the background for my overlays,  or banners for my profile, etc. I'd really love to do this but don't want to do so without consent.

* edit*I would also be interested in a commission piece if you had any time, though these are also beautiful!**

 Thank you :)

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Hi, thank you so much for your question! Sure, you can use them in your live-streaming videos. Basically, if you are using them as part of some bigger creative project, and to that make some sort of new composition for it (e.g. by adding video elements, or using them to make your own panels, banners, video overlays, etc.), you’re using them correctly. Overall, as long as these backgrounds aren’t displayed just as they are (so people could pause the video, and screenshot them), most video uses are ok. If you have any additional questions, just ask me, or check the terms of service on my main profile. Have a great day! -Rachel