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ImagineFX

October 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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welcome to… no. 1 for digital artsts imagine fx

I’m honoured and excited to share our latest issue with you. It was incredible to work with the legendary Kim Jung Gi on the cover art. I asked him to create something that represented a world of artists creating art in a myriad of ways: digitally, in VR, or with a pen or pencil. I even got him to sneak in a copy of ImagineFX. This illustration represents your world and I sincerely hope you love it as much as I do. As always, I strive to fill each issue with new skills. In the coming pages you will learn new techniques ranging from Autodesk SketchBook concept knowledge, to new ArtRage and Krita insights. My aim is for you to be the best artist that you can be! Starting this month is…

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COVER WORKSHOP OVER 2 HOURS of video tutorials from pro artists to watch and learn from! See Kim Jung Gi’s drawing techniques Watch the master artist at work, as he gradually builds up a complex circular composition filled with characters and details. He makes it look so easy! Gain insights into his process on page 64. WORKSHOPS Streamline your ArtRage painting process In his video, Steve Goad reveals how he gets the most from ArtRage’s layer effects and natural brush engine, while becoming a more efficient artist. See his workshop on page 84. Autodesk SketchBook skills Watch Monika Zagrobelna create an original fantasy creature from scratch. See page 76. Medusa in mixed-media Watch how Kelly McKernan paints the mythical figure with added glow. Page 104. Core skills: line drawing Follow Timothy Von Rueden step-by-step advice to creating better line art. TRAINING Photobash a sci-fi…

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Editorial Acting Group Editor in Chief Claire Howlett claire.howlett@futurenet.com Art Editor Daniel Vincent Operations Editor Cliff Hope Contributors Orestis Bastounis, Jo Cole, Gary Evans, Sam Flegal, Steve Goad, Ruth Hamilton, Richard Hill, Kerrie Hughes, Kim Jung Gi, Finnian MacManus, Kelly McKernan, Timothy Von Rueden, Sara Tepes, Garrick Webster, Monika Zagrobelna Advertising Media packs are available on request Chief Revenue Officer Zack Sullivan UK Commercial Sales Director Clare Dove Advertising Sales Manager Mike Pyatt michael.pyatt@futurenet.com, 01225 687538 Account Sales Director George Lucas george.lucas@futurenet.com, 01225 687331 International Licensing ImagineFX is available for licensing. Contact the Licensing team to discuss partnership opportunities. Head of Print Licensing Rachel Shaw licensing@futurenet.com Circulation Head of Newstrade Tim Mathers Production Head of Production Mark Constance Production Project Manager Clare Scott Advertising Production Manager Joanne Crosby Digital Editions Controller Jason Hudson Production Manager Vivienne Calvert Management Group Editor In Chief (on maternity leave) Amy Hennessey Senior Art Editor Will Shum Head of Art & Design…

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Pierre Santamaria “A friend once told me it was obvious I’d rather live in the worlds I created,” says illustrator Pierre of his artistic approach. “I’m attracted to colourful yet dark science fiction.” LOCATION: France MEDIA: Photoshop, 3D-Coat, KeyShot, Modo WEB: www.artstation.com/pierresantamaria 1 TITAN’S PORTAL “My first attempt at a book cover. It kicked off the story for my personal project about space colonisation. Every planet in the solar system can be reached via these portals.” 2 THE BEGINNING OF THE END “The main character looks back to the first days of the war, watching as her father leaves to embark on a senseless bloodbath. The sky is set to dawn to capture her mood.” 3 RETURNING HOME “After having explored a lifeless and deserted planet, a tired soldier returns home. I tried to depict how lonely you would feel…

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kim ekdahl

LOCATION: Sweden MEDIA: Procreate, Photoshop WEB: www.pinktofuart.me 1 LETTING GO “When I created this I was trying to improve my storytelling. It’s also one of the first animated paintings I made, which you can view at my website.” 2 A WELL-DESERVED REST “Creating this was such a calming experience. Painting can be a way to take a break from reality and just get lost in the world you’re creating.” 3 THE KOI POND “This is another version of an older illustration. It’s nice to be able to recycle your art sometimes when you lack inspiration. This redraw eventually became one of my favourite pieces.” 4 FLOW “In this piece I was really inspired by old Japanese paintings. I take a lot of inspiration from how they’re painted, especially natural elements such as waves, clouds and trees.”…

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