In some places, some worlds, maybe even your own (fantasy) world, the Spirit of Christmas, Old St Nicholas, Santa Claus, however you know him, becomes distorted. When that happens, the jolly fat guy with the laugh that steals cookies and milk from little children gives way to something more sinister.
The chimney isn't big enough for this fellow - windows are probably more his style.
I'm talking Krampus. There are many that know who, and few know him i the same way, but they can all agree that he knows the kids that aren't nice, that aren't good. They would have been better served if they had been good...
Here's how you can enjoy your own Krampus. I think this guy hangs out in Raggi's Weird Fantasy RPG, seeing into the nightmares of little children ;)
MERRY KRAMPUS!!! JOIN THE KRAMPUS CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL and use this artwork!
Stop by the Nevermet Press website for details - this artwork is for use with the Krampus Christmas blog carnival running from 12/19/2011 to 12/24/2011. Enjoy!
- 300 dpi 9" x 5" .jpf stock art image for you to use in your personal, non-commercial projects or blog.
- Original .PSD Photoshop File with all the orginal layers intact
- A README file with licensing information.
Due to previous confusion of the terms "professional" or "commercial", we intend to mean "commercial use" is any use by any for-profit organization or individual for any reason, even marketing or inclusion with freely distributed products."Non-commericial" or "personal" use is intended to mean any use by private individuals. Details about each license are included below
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