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ImagineFX issue 189 is dedicated to teaching you new art skills and inspiring you to get painting your own works of art. In the workshop section of our latest issue, Dave Greco (our cover art star) puts his own twist on another artist’s style. This painting was inspired by the popular Instagram art challenge #drawthisinyourstyle, so if you’ve ever wanted to give it a try, pick up a copy of this edition to see how it’s done. Make sure you also follow our Instagram (opens in new tab) page for more art and insight.
Elsewhere in this edition, Phil Galloway shows us how to paint a portrait in ArtRage, artist Emily Hare shows us around her lofty art studio, we lose ourselves in the sketchbook of Halil Ural and we also continue our quest to find our Artist of the Year, so please make sure you submit your work to be featured.
You’ll see just some of the many highlights in this issue below.
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Legend: Crash McCreery
We interview film art legend Crash McCreery about his illustrious career working on the concept art for some of the most iconic films of all time including Jurassic Park, Pirates of the Caribbean, Terminator and more.
Do you have what it takes to teach yourself art?
Teaching yourself art requires discipline, time and effort - and your success is all down to how hard you work. We speak with artists who went down the less formal route to becoming professional artists.
Professional speed painting advice
US-based concept artist Dom Lay gives his unique tips on quickly developing a sci-fi environment in this speed painting workshop.
How to add color and texture
Maria Poliakova is an expert on adding colour to her work. Here she shares how she applies colour to a beautiful period portrait to add atmosphere and dynamic light.
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