Create epic landscape art with the latest ImagineFX

Be unique, learn the basics, maintain the spirit of your sketch… these are just some of the bits of advice shared by pro landscape artists, as we celebrate the modern masters of creating epic, moody landscapes. Meanwhile, cover artist Pablo Carpio shows how to make the most of 3D and 2D tools to paint an explosive landscape.

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There’s more! Joann Lori uses ArtRage to paint a Game of Thrones caricature, Dongjun Lu paints a detailed dragon rider and Tom Foster reveals how he uses 3D tools to create his 2D comic art. Our traditional art section features Wylie Beckert on her art from her recently Kickstarted Wicked Kingdom Deck, while Justin ‘Coro’ Kaufman wonderfully captures the essence of a tree. 

The Q&A section is packed with advice from pro artists, including how to depict body language, glass distortion, stone columns, polished metal, realistic smoke and 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!