Dune leads ImagineFX 207, on sale now, as the magazine celebrates the best of vintage sci-fi and fantasy art. Artist Dave Keenan shares his pro advice for achieving the bold look of 1980’s book cover art to launch our Dune-heavy new issue of ImagineFX. Following the artist's how-to training, and read exclusive interviews with the art team behind the Dune 2021 film.
You can read a tease of what to expect this issue as the costume designers share their insights, and we discover Dune may have one of the most expensive costumes ever made.
It's not just Dune, or Dave Keenan (opens in new tab)'s essential Photoshop training that will inspire you. Issue 207 interviews the concept artist behind Apple TV's Foundation, award-winning illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi (opens in new tab)reveals the 1980s artists that inspired him, and he reveals how to paint a vintage Dungeons & Dragons card.
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How Dune has inspired artists
leading pro artists on how Frank Herbert’s acclaimed books and film adaptations have inspired their art. We also catch up with the design team behind the new Dune movie, as production artist Patrice Vermette shares art and insights from the set. Using Dune as an influence many leading artists in film, video games and illustration have discovered how to tap into their own imaginations.
Tony DiTerlizzi's art heroes
One of the greats shares his art influences as illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi (opens in new tab) recalls the 1980s fantasy artists that got him drawing; including insights into D&D legend Erol Otus, Brian Froud, and Moebius. Plus, DiTerlizzi reveals how he drew his retro 1980s D&D card.
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Learn Photoshop, Painter 2022, and more
Training this issue takes in the core skills you need to create vintage fantasy art, as former Magic: The Gathering art director Cynthia Sheppard (opens in new tab) shares how to paint dramatic portraits, D&D artist Alayna Danner (opens in new tab) paints an epic fantasy landscape, and illustrator Erik Ly (opens in new tab) reveals how to produce imaginative digital sketches using Photoshop.
Discover how to make better use of Painter 2022's oil brushes with Isis Sousa (opens in new tab), and follow her video training as she breaks down the process. If you want to learn real oils, Patrick J. Jones (opens in new tab) begins his three part fantasy portrait project using oil paints – part one covers preparing the portrait, using traditional media and Photoshop.
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