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Heya! I gotta say, be­ing un­able to lay hands on a copy of your mag­a­zine for a while has been my great­est dis­ap­point­ment. But fi­nally, I man­aged to get my­self to a book store in time to pick up is­sue 115 (We Game Art). It was to my supreme de­light to find that you did a spot on Car­bine Stu­dios. I've ad­mired their style for such a long time, and they ab­so­lutely de­serve the lime­light. They bring such colour and per­son­al­ity to a genre no­to­ri­ously de­sat­u­rated in tone, and it's a true joy ev­ery time I get to see their work. Amy Phillips, via email Claire replies Amy, I've passed on your re­gards to Car­bine Stu­dios – I'm sure they ap­pre­ci­ated your en­thu­si­asm for what they do. Sorry to hear that you find it hard to get hold of Imag­ineFX. If there's a par­tic­u­lar copy that you want, you can al­ways buy from our store. When you click on your re­gion for de­liv­ery, the price you see in­cludes de­liv­ery. See

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I re­ally en­joyed your lat­est edi­tion of Imag­ineFX on Comic Art, and I also liked the Manga Artist spe­cial edi­tion of the mag­a­zine. Since go­ing to the Bri­tish Li­brary’s Comic and Graphic Novel ex­hi­bi­tion in June I have been work­ing on writ­ing and il­lus­trat­ing my own comics and manga. I’m just get­ting to the point where I’m go­ing to publish my first one. It was from read­ing about Manga Stu­dio 5 in Imag­ineFX that in­spired me to get a copy and a Wa­com tablet and get draw­ing. Your step-by-step guides re­ally make it seem achiev­able to cre­ate great look­ing art and comic pages. Have you con­sid­ered a monthly/bi-monthly sis­ter mag­a­zine to Imag­ineFX fo­cus­ing on Comics, Manga and Cartoons? I would sub­scribe!

March 2015

Imag­ineFX fan Amy Phillips loved our fea­ture on Car­bine Stu­dios. Well, who doesn’t love them?

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