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Supercharge your comic art skills with this special issue of ImagineFX

Comics have never been more popular, so if you’ve got a hankering to break into the industry then this special issue of ImagineFX is a great place to kick off your career.

Among its 148 pages you’ll find workshops from pro artists such as Jean-Baptiste Monge, Brett Parson and Admira Wijaya, who paint iconic comic characters Hellboy, Tank Girl and Harley Quinn. There are also bite-sized tips on boosting your core comic art skills, and interview with Saga artist Fiona Staples and look back at how Conan’s appeared in the comics over the years.

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Comics art tips and tricks from our panel of pro artists, who explain how to use shadows menacingly, create a backlight around a character, body language and more.

Comic art secrets revealed

Comic art secrets revealed

Conan has been a comic staple since 1952. We chart the rise, fall and rise again of the bolshy barbarian over the years, and speak to the artists who’ve drawn him in action.

Conan returns!

Conan returns!

We talk to Fiona Staples, the artist behind the multi-award-winning comic Saga, and find out why she’s keen to support the indie publishers and the idea of creator-controlled titles.

Saga artist Fiona Staples speaks out

Saga artist Fiona Staples speaks out

Discover how Nimit Malavia, an artist who’s worked with DC/Vertigo, Marvel and Dark Horse, took the classic design of Tintin and gave him a 21st century makeover in the Fables style.

Tintin gets updated

Tintin gets updated

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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!

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