On the cover of this month's ImagineFX, Karla Ortiz's assassin coolly assesses the situation on the city rooftops. It's a great introduction to the power of black and white art, and inside the issue just keeps getting better.
This month's pro artists excel themselves as they reveal how you can improve your compositions, combine 3D models with 2D art and be clever with colour and lighting.
Donglu Yu explains what it takes to be a concept artist, the IFX team talk to popular Dutch artist Lois Van Baarle and a small outfit that goes by the name of Industrial Light & Magic open the doors to its art department.
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Also included in issue 134...
Learn how digital artist Lois Van Baarle's The Art of Loish book achieved its funding target in a matter of hours.
US artist Randy Bishop is a character designer who likes to sketch kooky characters with a capital 'K'.
By following the techniques of the Old Masters, Stephane Richard creates a stunning character piece using 3D and 2D software.
Colouring from imagination helps strengthen Anand Radhakrishnan's traditional painting skill set.