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ImagineFX July 2018

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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welcome to…   no.1 for digital artists imagine fx

I’m not normally one to quote Forrest Gump, but this issue really feels like a box of chocolates. There’s such a dazzling variety of art, inspiration and skill on show that when you turn each page you never know what you’re going to get. This smorgasbord of tools and techniques handily highlights the wide-ranging industry we represent – varied, unique, exciting and international. There’s ZBrush and Photoshop advice from The Mill’s Adam Dewhirst, Art Centre College of Design’s Ara Kermanikian creates a workshop on mech modelling, the UK’s Glen Southern gives insight into VR, while France’s Nicolas Delort reveals his scratchboard process… and who couldn’t be taken by Norway’s Even Mehl Amundsen’s cover art? I love Even’s work! If you’re stuck in the artistic doldrums, you won’t fail to be uplifted by Mel…

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Get your free gift today! Free software! Get ArtRage Lite worth $30 when you subscribe! Brilliant value Subscribe to save money off the cover price. Exclusive covers Subscribers receive issues with text-free covers. No-hassle delivery ImagineFX gets sent direct to your door or device. FREE GIFT WORTH $30! Key Features • Recreate the look of natural media: pencil, oils, inks and more. • Define the look and feel of your canvas with texture and lighting. • Intuitive interface with floating tool panels makes painting easier.…

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Create a cute critter in virtual reality Glen Southern’s video is an eye-opening insight into how he uses Oculus Medium to bring a 2D creature concept to life in three dimensions. It’s the future! His workshop is over on page 84. Model a creature in ZBrush, finish it off in Photoshop In Adam Dewhirst’s video you’ll see how he works up a 3D creature concept, then paints it and give it extra realism with some photobashing in Photoshop. There’s more on page 62. Model a mech in action See how Ara Kermanikian creates a 3D scene, ready for a paint-over. Then turn to page 78. Master Photoshop masks Mark White explains the basics of Photoshop’s masking tools in this video. More on page 68. TRAINING Sci-Fi Corridor Check out this clip from Vaughan Ling’s instructional video. We review it on…

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darren goldman

LOCATION: US MEDIA: Procreate WEB: www.darrengoldman.com 1 SLOW IT DOWN “I blurred the lines between fantasy art and photorealism, and limited my colour palette to create a dreamlike yet believable world. There’s a Muppet influence in there, too.” 2 TEETH FAIRY “Inspired by the Hellboy franchise, I wanted to take the concept of the tooth fairy down a more disturbing path. I played with transparency to create believable movement for the wings.” 3 ALIEN LANDSCAPE “I paint a lot of character-centric pieces, so I challenged myself to focus on the larger landscape here. I kept my colour palette minimal and played with the contrast in values to show depth.” 4 TRASH TROUBLES “I wanted to combine my love of yetis (and yeti-like creatures) and my environmental concerns. I used wide, flat brushes to achieve a more painterly style.”…

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whitney salgado

LOCATION: US MEDIA: Photoshop WEB: www.whitneysalgado.com 1 MSFF “This piece was for the Milwaukee Short Film Festival. It shows a creature who sees faces in smoke.” 2 SEUSS “Just a fun portrait of Dr. Seuss interacting with his characters.” 3 VOICES HEARD “I painted this for the Voices Heard! programme. It depicts a Latinx woman in her own world.” 4 X-RAY “This painting is based on a piece of poetry. In it, a mother describes the tumours evident in her daughter’s CAT scan, as ‘islands washing her away’.…

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nadzeya makeyeva

LOCATION: Belarus MEDIA: Photoshop, pencils WEB: nadzeya-makeyeva.com/gallery 1 VELOCIRAPTOR “This velociraptor was used as a lucky mascot for the Mad Rabbit travel T-shirt campaign. I also used the illustration as a silkscreen print on a separate range of T-shirts.” 2 ARTICHOKE ELF “This is the first illustration in my upcoming series of fairy botanical creatures. It’s based on the idea that all plants have their own spirit and character.” 3 GOOD SIDE “The artwork for the Goodbye June single Good Side. The band requested a mix of hand-drawn and realistic digital painting, but also wanted it to be unique and a bit psychedelic.” 4 MAD RABBIT 1, 2, 3 “I had some free time between commercial jobs and decided to create some personal illustrations of absolutely insane rabbits characters. After I published them on Behance they went viral,…