+$The new issue of ImagineFX is现在出来+$, and it's jam-packed with fantasy goodness that's sure to warm even the coldest hearts with a heavy dose of nostalgia.
+$You'd be hard pressed to find one of our readers without a soft spot for one of the golden age fantasy films. Whether it was The Princess Bride, Indiana Jones or ET that got their creative juices flowing, the '80s provided a wealth of inspiration for artists young and old.
+$Blast from the past: in a tragic coincidence, ImagineFX's new issue features the beloved Goblin King from the film Labyrinth, portrayed by the late David Bowie, in pride of place on our cover – and you can learn how to paint a fitting '80s fantasy film poster tribute to the man who inspired your love of fantasy as a child.
+$Delve back in time to all your childhood favourites, from Labyrinth, Willow and The NeverEnding Story to Gremlins, The Dark Crystal and Flash Gordon – we take a good look at the films that defined a generation, and how their stunning poster art was created.
+$Here's a sneak peek of what's in the issue:
+$If that's not tickled your fancy, we've also managed to pack in all of this:
+$We discover whether or not your gigs for exposure are worth it. Are you just being exploited, or can free work really pay off in the long run?
+$We dive into the world of 2Minds, the Brazilian two-person independent studio run by Thiago Lehmann and Luiza McAllister who are punching above their weight to create stunning art.
+$Veteran games industry designer and illustrator,+$Paul Bonner+$opens up his sketchbook and introduces us to his dwarfs, goblins and dragons.
+$And finally, for you wannabe concept artists,巴勃罗卡皮奥+$shows you how to compose a futuristic environment using Photoshop and Cinema 4D.
+$Plus there's all the usual reviews, art news, Q&As and workshops, with free exclusive video training and 31 brand spanking new free custom brushes!立即获取您的副本！