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ImagineFX Issue 18

Issue 18 of ImagineFX is on sale in the UK from 8 May…

This month we’ve got four Limited Edition covers for you to choose from (or collect). We’ve taken on four classic pieces of artwork and digitally re-imagined them for 2007.

Jason Chan recreates Bottecelli’s iconic Birth of Venus, and Melanie Delon puts her mark on Bouguereau’s The Rapture of the Psyche. Next up, Andrew Jones takes on one of the world’s most famous paintings – The Scream by Munch and last but not least, Loic Zimmermann paints some futuristic touches on The Kiss by Klimt.


Want more info? Course you do…
Master of Art
Daniel Dociu, ArenaNet’s art director talks to ImagineFX about his approach to digital art and beyond.

Portrait of an artist
Rockstar Games’ Shelly Wan’s art reveals a love of the Golden Age of American illustrators - with a sprinkling of her Chinese heritage.

Legends Artist Q&A
Chris Foss, Rodney Matthews, Brom, Bob Eggleton and Fred Gambino join ImagineFX to answer your art questions in a special edition of Artist Q&A. Unmissable…

New series! Art Surgery
Melanie Delon overcomes reader Lorna Cowie’s fear of painting hair.


Workshops - 28 pages of digital art tuition

Daniel Dociu charts the ups and downs of the creative process as he paints stunning concept art.

Jehan Choo featured in ImagineFX’s FXPose section in issue 17. We liked him so much, we commissioned him to do a workshop…

Prepare for B-movie inspiration as Jonny Duddle shows you how to create a film poster.

Eyes can be very difficult to paint. Katarina Sokolova has some useful tips.

Mike Mitchell reveals how to create eye-catching portraits. 

Matt Boyce illustrates our guide to the Top Ten most useful words of wisdom for artists.

Want to become a better artist? Four top digital artists reveal the basics of colour, tone, lighting and anatomy.

 
On the DVD:

Virtual Pose duo Symmetry

3D.sk human images

Riven Phoenix tutorial videos

Free images, textures and fonts

The latest software demos and much, much more!


ImagineFX is on sale at WHSmith, Tesco, Forbidden Planet, Easons, Borders and many more quality magazine emporiums!