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ImagineFX is packed with an eclectic mixture of in-depth workshops from the world's best fantasy and sci-fi artists, plus interviews, community news and product reviews. Each month, the FXPose feature showcases work from the very best digital and traditional artists. 

To apply to be featured, please send in the following:

  • Your full (real) name, location, website
  • A list of software you use (for digital artists), or media (for traditional artists)
  • A little info for your biog section (no more than 50 words)
  • A photo of yourself
  • 5 high-res (ideally 300 dpi) images of your work, with signatures and watermarks removed
  • The title and a 30-word caption for each
  • Please also outline any relevant copyright information

A lot of people apply to be featured in FXPose, and the team don't make the final decision about who will be included until fairly late on in the process. Because of the long lead times in print, and the ongoing nature of the feature, this means it will likely be a while before you hear back from someone. Please be patient!

Computer Arts

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Computer Arts is dedicated to providing insight and inspiration to the global design community. Each issue features a roundup of the very best new design projects – spanning everything from branding and identity work to packaging and illustration. If you're an independent designer or studio with an exciting and unique new project to show off, please send it in. 

The best approach is to include a brief description of the project in the body of your email, then somewhere the team can find more info (either include a link to the project on your company website, or attach a press release including images).

3D World

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3D World is the best-selling international magazine for 3D artists. Each issue boasts a strong line-up of tutorials, plus features and a showcase section.

To submit work to 3D World, email editor Rob Redman at the above address. Rather than attaching examples of work in your message, please include a link to your portfolio, plus a short biog. 

3D Artist

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3D Artist magazine offers practical inspiration for 3D enthusiasts and professionals. To submit your artwork, email editor Carrie Mok and include your name and a link to your website, and a short bio.

Web Designer

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Web Designer is the ultimate magazine for digital designers and online creatives, packed with features and tutorials. Editor Steve Jenkins is always on the lookout for new writers. If you want to put your name forward, please include a short bio, links to three examples of written work, details of your areas of work (e.g. UX, frontend development) and any specific tools or technologies you have particular expertise with – CSS, HTML, React, Photoshop, Sketch, and so on.


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net magazine is the number one choice for professional web designers and developers. There's a big tutorial section, so if you're an expert in a particular tool or technology, send in your pitch to editor Josh Russell. There's also a handful of opinion pieces each month, so if there's a burning issue you want to discuss, let the team know your ideas.

Finally, if you’ve just finished designing a site you want to sing the praises of and share with net’s audience, send in 200 words of comment on how you designed it, three technologies you used in its development, multiple hi-res screenshots of the published site and a 30-word bio and headshot with a subject line beginning ‘Gallery submission’.

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