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Newest Review: ... offers complete workshops/ breakdowns on how to create some amazing images from the ground up and each issue comes with a ... more
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Customer ImagineFX Reviews (2)
by - written on 06/03/11 (Useful, 9 readings)
This is a brilliant magazine and resource for advanced digital artists and those wanting to gain knowledge and skills from the professionals. The content showcases the work of established artists, offers complete workshops/ breakdowns on how to create some amazing images from the ground up and each issue comes with a disc that is full of stuff like trial demos of software, Adobe photoshop resourses (brushes, actions, gradients, textures etc.) and video workshops with the creators. This magazine is responsible for encouraging me into digital art (which, as a traditional painter, I had previously turned my nose up at) and keeping me hooked. At £6.99 it remains an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/08 (Very useful, 41 readings)
As far as magazines go, this one is a real gem. It's been running for a few years now, and it's one of the few magazines that I'll buy the instant it's out and treasure. It really brightens up my day buying it, and even looking over them months later they're still a valuable resource. So what is it actually about? Well, a typical issue will have a selection of new digital art from various artists around the world - these vary per issue - some tutorials on programs such as photoshop, maya, and similar, reviews on some of the new films, books, art software releases, and sometimes art supplies. In addition, there is a user questions area, a main featured ... Read the complete review
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