ImagineFX+$, the number one magazine for digital artists, is now on sale, and Fred Augis' bright, confident cover image is just a taster of what's inside this month's sci-fi art special. Want to know more? Check out a preview of issue 119 below...
+$Here are just some of the highlights of+$ImagineFX Issue 119...
+$Warp Speed Workshops!
+$Our workshop artists include Long Pham concepting a dynamic spaceship image, Brenton Cottman depicting a planetary expedition, and Remko Troost painting a space-age priestess using a variety of custom Photoshop brushes.
+$Set features for stun!
+$Known for his epic futuristic art, Stephan Martiniere talks about his tough upbringing and reveals his surprising links with '80s cartoon Inspector Gadget, while self-taught Jose Cabrera's scenes of past and future warfare have a terrible beauty about them.
+$A.I. (art insights!)
+$The great modern-day realist Donato Giancola uses oils and acrylics to show emotional robots, while James Gurney builds a maquette for his distinctive dino art.
+$We discover the work ethic behind powerhouse effects studio MPC, highlight examples of street art from around the around – and the talented artists behind them – and solve your art woes in our regular Q&A section.