ImagineFX June 2021

ImagineFX is the only magazine for fantasy and sci-fi digital artists. Each issue contains an eclectic mixture of in-depth workshops from the world's best artists, plus galleries and interviews, community news and product reviews. ***Please note: From September 2012 onwards our digital version feature links to download video tutorials and Q&A workshop resource files. Issues prior to September 2012 do not feature this additional content.***

United Kingdom
Future Publishing Ltd
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13 Numéros

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welcome to… no. 1 for digital artists imaginefx

Welcome to our 200th edition of ImagineFX. Two hundred! That’s quite a number of pages of jaw-dropping art and inspiration we’ve racked up. The reason we’re still producing this magazine is because of our shared passion for creating art in all its forms. And by creating, I don’t just mean to a professional standard. Art isn’t about being perfect. It’s about doing an activity that you love and being a part of something that makes you feel good. To achieve in art doesn’t need to relate to a job role, a perfect painting or social media number. It can be in the joy of losing yourself for an hour, crafting a drawing for a friend that makes them smile, or simply knowing that you’re giving time to an activity that gives…

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Getting hold of this issue’s resources is easy. Just visit WORKSHOP VIDEOS Use masking techniques to colour your character art See how Pernille Ørum concepts, draws and paints this month’s cover art. Pernille’s goal was to paint a fun, eye-catching character. Job done! Turn to page 60 to read her in-depth workshop. CELEBRATING OUR 200 ISSUE! Enjoy our cover workshop videos from the past 200 issues! From Bobby Chiu’s crafty jungle predator to Dave Gibbon’s stunning Watchmen artwork, we’ve collected a great range of ImagineFX cover video workshops for you to learn from. OVER 13 HOURS of video tutorials from pro ar tists to watch and learn from!…

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ninja jo

LOCATION: Ukraine MEDIA: Photoshop, Procreate WEB: Do you want to see your art on these pages? Then email five pieces of your work and a short explanation about each artwork, along with a photo and a few details about yourself, to…

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the panel of artists…

Known online as Loish, the Dutch character design artist has built up a huge following on social media. Finnian MacManus Creative director Finnian has extensive experience working in the film and video games industries. Clayton Henry Clayton’s been part of the comics industry for over 20 years. His clients include Marvel and DC Comics. Peter Brockhammer Peter is a Berlin-based character designer and concept artist working full-time as a freelancer.…

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“i wish i could tell my younger self that…”

1 Everybody wings it sometimes (and that’s absolutely fine) When she first started out, digital artist and character designer Loish struggled with Impostor Syndrome; feeling like everyone else knew exactly what they were doing and had fully mastered their skills. But she eventually realised that learning as you go along is no bad thing. “A lot of people are just doing the best they can and adapting to different situations in life and in their career,” she says. “What helped me was to just jump in and wing it, and always do the best I could – and accept that this was enough. I usually had more skills than I thought I did, and also an ability to adapt and learn new skills based on the situation.” IN A HAPPY PLACE Freelance concept artist…