Two-tone ‘tastic!

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I to­tally agree with Ryan David­son’s let­ter in is­sue 123. Whether it’s comic art or por­trait, work in black and white (B&W) is re­ally awe­some. Per­son­ally I love to work in B&W, es­pe­cially when it comes to por­trait art. For me, less colour digs deeper into the soul of the per­son be­ing painted. I only do faces with­out colour. I’d love to see an ImagineFX is­sue fea­tur­ing haunting B&W work.

Since read­ing ImagineFX my skills have de­vel­oped sig­nif­i­cantly, so thank you. I’ve at­tached some of my por­trait work and I hope you like it! Éti­enne Pas­cal, via email

Beren replies Thanks Éti­enne, and that’s ac­tu­ally quite a timely let­ter to be writ­ing! I can’t say much more than… buy is­sue 126. You won’t be dis­ap­pointed.

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