We want you to create blood-sucking art that'll live forever this issue, and who better to show us how than Melanie Delon, with her brooding vampire cover accompanied by a tutorial within. Anne Stokes takes us through her top vampire tips and then we look at rising star Erik Jones and his unique take on the sharp-toothed beings.
We talk to fantasy legend Luis Royo about why he's so inspired by the female form, and we also speak to new digital convert Matt Allsopp about his work for games company Leading Light. We've also asked American digital artist Del Melchionda to give us a sample of her male fantasy art, and the mighty Drew Struzan takes us through the making of his Hellboy poster art.
Elsewhere Adam Paquette integrates his travel sketches from life on the road into a fantasy concept, Marta Dahlig tries out Photoshop CS5 and tells us what she thought of the new software, and we've got two hours of exclusive workshop video on our free DVD, as well as loads of human reference photos, textures and more...
Luis Royo: We speak to the Spanish fantasy legend about creating the most beautiful women imaginable.
Anne Stokes: Check out Anne's bit-sized tips on creating believable, menacing creatures of the night.
Development sheet: Matt Allsopp takes us through the development of his Syd Mead-inspired sci-fi setting, step by step.
Drew Struzan: The inimitable movie poster artist shares some Hellboy concepts, sketches and final images with us.
Erik Jones: Having swapped Florida for New York to pursue a career in pin up art, we see what makes this rising star tick.
Del Melchionda: Make the most of Del's in-depth knowledge of the male anatomy in this celestial archer workshop.
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