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ImagineFX July 2019

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.***

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Future Publishing Ltd
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welcome to…

If you know anything about me, you’ll know how much I love our Artist in Residence feature. This issue is no different as vis-dev artist Betsy Bauer takes us on a tour of her creative space. Not only did I love it, (I also loved her top, but that’s another non-art story…), but I also admired her honesty. She says, “Everything you see here is a lie – this is the absolute cleanest my studio has ever been, or will ever be.” Her admission is a humorous reminder to not always take what’s presented to you so seriously. We’re bombarded with perfect depictions of other people’s lives via social media or glossy mags, but can forget it’s a dressed-up version of reality. Also, take note of Sam Guay’s workshop on page 108.…

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editor’s choice

Circle of life How a heartbreaking turn of events in Aaron Blaise’s life became a way to share his knowledge with the world. Everyday people Artist Max Ulichney turns his people-watching skills into sketches, with very amusing results. Tips in the key of light I couldn’t get enough of Drew Hartel’s insight into creating lighting keys. For me it’s this issue’s must-read. @imaginefxmagazine @imaginefx facebook.com/imaginefx imaginefx.creativebloq.com http://ifxm.ag/ifxnewsletter Sign up for our newsletter! Go digital, save cash! Sign-up for our best-ever digital edition offer for ImagineFX on iOS or Android!…

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resources

WORKSHOP VIDEOS OVER 3 HOURS of video tutorials from pro artists to watch and learn from! Learn new colour blocking and lighting techniques Watch how Pernille Ørum paints her ‘cowgirl with attitude’, and see page 64 for more insights. Boost your portfolio – and your job prospects! See Mitch Leeuwe paint a character line-up for a potential animation project. More on page 80. PLUS 7 CUSTOM BRUSHES, INCLUDING… GOUACHE BRUSH Pernille Ørum uses this modification of a Kyle T Webster brush to paint facial textures. SKETCH This brush is perfect for enabling Mitch Leeuwe to quickly visualise his character ideas and designs. MIXER If you want to introduce colour variations in your work, try Simon Baek’s brush with the Pencil tool.…

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jenny brozek

LOCATION: Austria MEDIA: Photoshop WEB: www.artstation.com/jennybrozek 1 NEPTUNE PORTRAIT “Here’s a close-up of my character Neptune. My goal was to get as much detail as possible into this illustration – from skin pores to individual strands of hair.” 2 MOONROOM “Moondancer is the first figure that I painted from my personal project, in which I visualised planets as bad-ass women.” 3 VENUS “This piece was quite a challenge, because I’d never done splash art like this before. I enjoyed painting her, and tried to push the sense of motion.” 4 NEPTUNE “Neptune should have a strong but feminine attitude. Because she’s blind, she uses her flying shells to see.” 5 EARTH “I started drawing these women to refine my rendering technique, but then my practice sessions became my very own project!”…

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iain matthiae

LOCATION: US MEDIA: Photoshop, 3D-Coat, Substance Painter, Blender WEB: www.artstation.com/purplicas 1 SOUP OF THE DAY “This is an older illustration, but it has never left my portfolio. I love market scenes, and this piece holds a special place in my heart.” 2 THE INNSMOUTH LOOK “Being a big fan of HP Lovecraft’s work, I’ve tried to adapt the fishy citizens of Innsmouth many times.” 3 THE PACK MASTER “I feel that the werewolf is a timeless design. Finding the right balance between human and beast is a great exercise.”…