Saturday, July 16, 2011

Kit: Superman

Superman fan art for personal use only.
Download the kit HERE!
Alternate download link HERE.


  1. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the DigiFree category today [16 Jul 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  2. Just to let you know, I downloaded the Superman item and my computer was infected with a HUGE virus! I now have to have my entire computer cleaned out. PLEASE take this item off of your blog for the safety of other computers. Thank you.

  3. Trishabiesinger...those files are .png files and I have scanned the .rar file and there ARE NO VIRUS whatsoever in that file. You might have gone to another site.It's not my file who has the virus.



    Subject: 3. Can graphics files be infected with a virus?

    For most types of graphics file formats currently available the answer is
    "no". A virus (or worm, Trojan horse, and so forth) is fundamentally a
    collection of code (that is, a program) that contains instructions which
    are executed by a CPU. Most graphics files, however, contain only static
    data and no executable code. The code that reads, writes, and displays
    graphics data is found in translation and display programs and not in the
    graphics files themselves. If reading or writing a graphics file caused a
    system malfunction is it most likely the fault of the program reading the
    file and not of the graphics file data itself.