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Krzysztof Domaradzki’s Blade Runner cover workshop sets the tone of the issue: how to create the stunning art used in film production. Krzysztof focuses on protagonist Rachael and applies sci-fi architecture from the iconic film, sharing his thoughts on tone, colour scheme lighting. 

Elsewhere, Avatar environment artist Victor Martinez  creates a sci-fi setting using real-world photo references, and Brittany Myers, an animator at Sony Pictures, reveals her tips for bringing characters to life through movement.

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There's more! We speak to Darrell Warner, who’s worked on Pirates of the Caribbean and many other Hollywood blockbusters. The issue also bulges with original Planet of the Apes art, a Guillermo del Toro-inspired painting art, a packed Q&A section, inking techniques in Clip Studio Paint, and much more.

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Clifford Hope

Cliff has been working in publishing for more years than he cares to remember. His sub-editing skills have been put to good use on academic, computing, creative and motoring publications, including ImagineFX, Computer Arts, Paint & Draw, Linux Format and Total 911. He particularly admires the work of concept artists such as Doug Chiang, Matt Allsopp and Christian Alzmann, who have shaped the look of Star Wars films and series such as The Mandalorian, Rogue One and The Force Awakens. Even The Phantom Menace's leaden script can't detract from its imaginative visuals!