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ImagineFX June 2020

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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United Kingdom
Future Publishing Ltd
USD 64.99
13 Números

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welcome to…

The world has changed so much in recent months. We’re experiencing a disruption to our lives, jobs, day-to-day activities and more. Undeniably, there’s a lot worry about, but I’ve been reassured by remembering that we’re all in this together. I’ve come to realise that the people nearest me and the things I care about most are what I should focus on now. I’m sure you feel the same. Our international art community is a strong and helpful bunch. We’re lucky to have each other and, in our art making, we have a much-needed outlet for times of stress. I know the art community has been hit hard by event cancellations caused by the Covid-19 outbreak. That’s why I set up the ImagineFX Artist Alley so artists from around the globe can…

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Just visit https://ifxm.ag/comic187artist OVER 10 HOURS of video tutorials from pro artists to watch and learn from! Learn how to paint comic superheroes Leading artists including Ken Lashley, Fiona Staples, Jean-Baptiste Monge and more present their art and advice to inspire you and help you improve your comic art skills, in this 148-page ebook! Get more from ArtRage’s custom brush engines Watch as book illustrator Nick Harris uses a fantastic variety of custom brushes in ArtRage to paint a leafy woodland scene. Turn to page 76 to learn more. PLUS 11 CUSTOM BRUSHES, INCLUDING… TWIGGY LEAF 1 Nick Harris’ custom ArtRage brushes includes this one for filling the mid-ground with foliage. BUSHY 1 A brush that’s useful for filling clumpier areas of foliage which sit between the mid- and background. BUSHY 2 This is similar to Nick’s Twiggy Leaf custom brush, but…

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Ina Wong LOCATION: Indonesia MEDIA: Photoshop WEB: www.artstation.com/inawong Ina studied civil engineering, but started working as a freelance artist before graduating. She’s since established the art company Unreal Studio. 1 ARWEN NIGHTBREEZE “Arwen is my client’s Dungeons & Dragons character. She’s a wood elf ranger. Some people have said that she reminds them of a character from The Witcher.” 2 COLLECTION: FIRST PURCHASE “This artwork was a bookcover art commission I did in 2019. It tells the story of a woman who’s kidnapped and trapped inside a box made for a doll.” 3 SINDRAGOSA “Sindragosa was a World of Warcraft character commission. The armour was inspired by Zach Fischer’s design.” 4 KEYRIA AMARYTH “Keyria is one of my most recent pieces. She’s sort of a valkyrie, a battle angel, and is one of my favourite character designs.” Maxim Kozhevnikov LOCATION: US MEDIA:…

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artist alley

The coronavirus crisis is affecting lives around the world. For artists, the closure of events where they’d usually sell their art has led to financial losses and worry and stress. This is where editor Claire Howlett thought she and the ImagineFX team could help, by bringing the artists – along with their art and merchandise – to you. If you like what you see, visit their website and make a purchase. You’ll be supporting them during these difficult times, and helping to ensure they’ll still be able to create art once life has – hopefully – returned to normality. 1 Michael Manomivibul Michael is an illustrator making intricate, atmospheric work in pen and ink. He’s offering fine art watercolour paper prints and a crab eating noodles pin. www.mikemanoart.storenvy.com 2 Aurigae Living near Nuremberg, Germany, Aurigae is…

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brett parson

“I realised if I was going to get work done I needed to start looking for another space…” I started working as a full-time comic artist not long before my oldest daughter was born. For the first few years I was able to keep a studio at home where I could bounce back and forth between working and hanging out with her. However, after a few years the excitement and chaos of family life was in full swing, and I realised that if I was going to get work done I needed to look for another space outside of the house. Luckily, around this time a spot had opened up in an old factory building just a 10-minute drive away. Built in the late-1700s, it was originally a tannery where they made buggy…