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ImagineFX June 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 artists imaginefx

Hello there! One thing I loved reading about this issue was how collaboration is key to producing great works of comic art. So many artists within these pages spoke with admiration of their partners in crime; their collaborators and companion on a piece of work. Most creators in the comics industry are wellversed in working closely with others, whether it be with the writer, penciller, inker or colourist. To successfully do this takes a lot of interpersonal work. Artists have to quickly forge close working relationships with others and trust their partner to help them get to the end result: great art. Even if you’re not in the comics industry, it’s worth pausing to mull over how you work with others. Think about ways you can accept critique and insight from others…

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editor’s choice

Your art in our magazine Please submit your work to our FXPosé gallery. We’d love to show it off to the world: http://ifxm.ag/getinifx. Nobody’s perfect How can artists do their best, but not lose their minds in the pursuit of perfection? There’s great advice on p.20! Sequence of events Steve Ellis shows how he takes a script and turns it into workable panels of comic art gold. @imaginefxmagazine @imaginefx facebook.com/imaginefx imaginefx.creativebloq.com http://ifxm.ag/ifxnewsletter Great gift for you! Get Corel Painter Essentials 6 worth £34.99 when you subscribe to ImagineFX! Turn the page……

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Key features Natural media tools Achieve realistic results with oil, pencil, watercolour and more. Eye-catching effects Have fun creating sparkles and glows, or paint with patterns. Paint quickly Use symmetry, tracing and cloning tools for speedy results. Intuitive interface Painter Essentials 6 is ideal for those starting out in digital art. Subscribe to the leading magazine for digital artists, and you’ll get… New techniques from pro artists Improve your painting skills with the best in the industry. Brilliant value Subscribe to save £££ off the ImagineFX cover price. Exclusive covers Subscribers receive issues with text-free covers. No-hassle delivery We deliver to over 100 countries worldwide. Choose your package! PRINT EDITION FROM £29.50 every six months 13 issues of ImagineFX in print, PLUS Corel Painter Essentials 6 PRINT & DIGITAL BUNDLE FROM £34.50 every six months 13 issues of ImagineFX in print and digital PLUS Corel Painter…

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resources

WORKSHOP VIDEOS Take your pin-up art skills to new heights Watch how Elias Chatzoudis paints and lights a pin-up character, then turn to page 80. Draw with a sense of story and rhythm In his video Patrick J Jones explains how to bring a reference photo to life. More on page 86. PLUS 165 CUSTOM BRUSHES, INCLUDING… LOLO1 Elias Chatzoudis used this brush to paint background elements on his pin-up character illustration. LALA1 Elias’s custom brush comes in handy for introducing natural textures in a composition. CUSTOM 1 Once Elias painted the figure’s flower in her hair, he used this brush to give it a more natural look. OVER 1 HOUR of video tutorials from pro artists to watch and learn from!…

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fxposé

Haimeng Cao LOCATION: US MEDIA: Photoshop, 3ds Max, Clarisse iFX, V-Ray, Keyshot, ZBrush WEB: www.artstation.com/haimengcao Haimeng specialises in highly detailed sci-fi city landscapes, which he models and renders in 3D, before adjusting the 2D results. He uses the architecture and atmosphere of each environment to establish the story. 1 CORE “Architectural elements and ships lead the viewer’s eye to the core of the city. The monochromatic colour scheme adds to the mood in this dystopian cityscape.” 2 CITY RIG SYSTEM “The focus here is the rig system. The city’s architecture and vehicles surround this central structure, and rely on it to work. Details on the platform emphasise its scale.” Vikki Zhang LOCATION: US MEDIA: Sketch, Photoshop, ink WEB: www.vikkizhang.com “Most of the time I’m telling my audience a fairy tale,” says illustrator Vikki. “I’m influenced by Arthur Rackham, René…

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how to overcome perfectionism

When it comes to creating art, there’s a distinction to be made between a ‘perfect’ image and one that’s ‘complete’. A piece of work can be said to be complete for a number of reasons: for example, it fits a role for a client or explores a technique that an artist wanted to experiment with. Achieving perfection, on the other hand, is invariably more demanding and time-consuming. That’s because perfect art has to live up to the expectations of perhaps the toughest critic: the creator themselves. For Atlanta-basesd illustrator Nuri Durr, the desire for perfectionism became not only an obsession, but a hindrance to his growth as an artist. And it turns out that he wasn’t alone. A DANGEROUS OBSESSION Taking to Twitter, Nuri recently shared his struggles with perfectionism, and how completing…