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
Dedication’s what you need
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!
ImagineFX fan Amy Phillips loved our feature on Carbine Studios. Well, who doesn’t love them?