I was a little hesitant about buying this product because there was no preview. Since it was on sale I decided to take the chance. The general theme of this package seems to be a focus on space marines, so if that is what you're looking for then this product should be quite useful for you. So if you are thinking of buying this product here's what you will get:
Image 1: This picture shows a man in camouflage in what could be a spaceship or a warehouse.
Image 2: A pink haired woman in what looks like a work uniform with her arms crossed. The background is a metal interior similar to image 1.
Image 3: An armed and armored space marine. He faces the viewer head on with guns ready. Industrial interior background.
Image 4: Another armored space marine, though his pose is a little more dynamic than the previous image. The background is a solid light grey so if you want the picture to blend into a white background you'll need to do a little digital manipulation.
Image 5: Adequately titled "Marines on Patrol," this one shows two armored space marines cautiously moving down a hallway.
Image 6: Entitled "silent suit," this one shows a woman in a grey suit that covers most of her body. Background is industrial.
Image 7: Entitled "skin suit," shows a woman in a skin tight white and blue full body spandex suit. Industrial background.
Image 8: A female space pirate in a running pose. Background looks like it could be an engine room.
Image 9: A dirty brown building against a desolate background. I'm glad they included this image because I could see most of the other images in this package taking place within this building.
Image 10: A man in a full body suit. The window in the background appears to show an asteroid field.
All in all, a good deal for the money though some of the poses are a bit dull and don't invoke much of a sense of excitement. I also bought Art by Shinkei: SciFi 6 at the same time. Some of the images in that package could go well with some of the images here, so if you are thinking of doing a product with a "gritty" sci-fi feel and heavily armed space marines you might want to consider buying both SciFi 5 and 6.