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Attributions and Thank Yous


I use free and/or open source software (FOSS) almost exclusively. The center of my workflow is Blender. I literally couldn't do Poison Fruit without it. I also extensively use Inkscape, for textures, layout, and lettering, and GIMP, for textures and mattes. Other applications that I sometimes find helpful are Makehuman, for roughing out character models, Fontforge, for creating and tweaking fonts, and Google Earth Pro, for finding my way around (real) Italy. Massive thanks to all the people who keep these projects going!


To the best of my knowledge, I have usage rights for every asset used in Poison Fruit. Actually, I create the majority of them from scratch. For the remainder, I try to attribute the creator, even if not specifically required by the license. But I may have missed one, so if you think I have used one of your assets and don't see your name here, then let me know and I will add it.

Where I give a page number, it is the first page where I used the asset.


p. 15. The Wedding Dance. Pieter Brueghel the Elder. Public Domain,

p. 19 Villa Castello Florence Apr 2008 Wikimedia Commons user Gryffindor. CC BY-SA 3.0,

p. 27 Cabbage Leaf Snip. Flickr user sammydavisdog. CC-BY 2.0.[email protected]/6790131936.

p. 34 Chocolately goodness in a crispy shell! Annie Spratt. Unsplash License.

p. 44 Oak Tree in Corsica. CC BY 3.0. Wikimedia Commons user Amada44.

p. 45. The Tyrrhenian Sea. Patrick Nouailler. CC BY-SA 3.0.

p. 60 Sehr hoch gewachsene Thujen in Tauberbischofsheim Wikimedia Commons User Triplec85. CC0. Description

p. 64 Pompeii Forum and Vesuvius. John Englart. 2015. CC BY-SA 2.0.

WIP. Palazzo Pio or Palazzo Orsini Pio Righetti, Rome, Italy. Giuseppe Vasi, 1754.

WIP. Palazzo Cattaneo Adorno, Genova, Italia. Superchilum. CC BY 4.0. via Wikimedia Commons.

WIP. Narrow Street in Venice. Petr Kratochvil. Public Domain.


pp. 19-23. Hedge Textures. user paramecij.

p. 26. Clouds and sky over the scenic landscape at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Good Free Photos

p. 28. Pietra_serena.jpg. Wikimedia Commons user Sailko. CC-BY 2.5.

p. 33. A female red-fawn Short-haired Italian Hound. Wikimedia Commons user Canarian. CC BY-SA 3.0.

p. 34. Napoli e dintorni. Nemo Bis. CC BY-SA 3.0.

p. 36. Two Cyprus donkeys, Karpas Peninsula, Northern Cyprus. By Michal Klajban - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,,_Karpaz,_Northern_Cyprus.jpg

p. 36 "Roman Road, Spain" CC BY-SA. Wikipedia User Jaume. 2016.

p. 36. "ITALY - muro a secco ( Dry stone wall ) building white palms.JPG". Francesca Cesa Bianchi, Milano, CC BY-SA 3.0 IT., via Wikimedia Commons

p. 36. "White Horse". Rosendahl, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

p. 40. "Walking Across Log.jpg" CC BY 3.0. Wikipedia user Drewboy64.

p. 44."roof tiles terracotta 005". CC0.

p. 47. "brick wall 008". CC0.

p. 48. "blue marble 001". CC0.

p. 48. "Polychrome plate. Iznik, glazed. Last quarter of the 16th century CE." CC BY-SA 4.0. Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin FRCP(Glasg), via Wikimedia Commons.,_glazed._Last_quarter_of_the_16th_century_CE._Museum_of_Islamic_Art_(Tiled_Kiosk),_Istanbul.jpg

p. 53. "Coat of Arms of Ferdinand I of Naples". CC BY-SA 3.0. Heralder ( via Wikimedia Commons

p. 55. "Amalfi" by Flickr user Sony SLT-A57, CC BY 2.0.[email protected]/17623392218

p. 55. "Pile of Stones, Hatterall Ridge". CC BY-SA 2.0. Mark Anderson via Wikimedia Commons.,

p. 61. white marble 007.

p. 61. Orestes Pursued by the Furies. Carl Rahl. 1852. Public Domain.

p. 61. Peacock. User jemastock.

p. 61. Peacock feathers. User charen_art.

p. 61. Nemesis (The Great Fortune). Albrecht Dürer. 1501-1502. Public Domain.

p. 68. Der Schwarznussbaum. Böhringer Friedrich. CC BY-SA 2.5 Generic.

WIP. arc pavement 001.

WIP. Classic Black and White Marble Checker Tile Texture (Marble 0013).


Bangers. Vernon Adams. OFL 1.1

Italic Hand Medium. George Williams. OFL 1.1

Kalam. Indian Type Foundry. OFL 1.1

Bugboo SSI. Creator unknown. Public Domain?

Please Don't Leave. Nate Halley. CC-BY SA 3.0

Mouse Memoirs. Brian J. Bonislawsky. OFL.

Liquid-Hardik. Hardik Mistri. Freeware.

The rest of the fonts used were either created by me or, more often, purchased in the 1990s on commercial CDs.