Hello ImagineFX. I first bought your magazine for the tutorials and have learnt so much from them down the years, they’re so helpful and inspiring. To be entirely truthful though – and I hope you can forgive me for this! – I was so engrossed in them that I didn’t always pay that much attention to the rest of the magazine (sorry!).
That’s changed over the past few issues and I’ve become really involved in some of the main feature articles. I especially enjoyed the Conan one recently, having previously had no interest in him. The Magic: The Gathering story was absorbing too. I’ve kept all of my old copies of the magazine (and in pristine condition, too!), so I’ll be delving back into the articles. I may be some time! All I was writing in to say, really, was, keep up the great work! Stevie Skaggs, via email Beren replies Thanks for emailing in Stevie. We’re always glad to know our work has hit a note with readers, it makes all the effort feel worthwhile. What do other readers think? Are there any things in the magazine you especially like or dislike? Good and bad, write in and let us know!
I recently bought the ImagineFX Manga Artist Vol 2 digital version for the Zinio app and in it there’s a link to resources. But when I click on it, it only leads me to a page that says “404 Page Not Found”. How can I proceed to access the resources for this magazine please? Thank you very much! Bruno Katekawa, via email Beren replies Hello Bruno. Many thanks for buying Manga Artist Vol 2 and getting in touch about the link. We’re very sorry it wasn’t working when you tried it. The link is now fixed, so please revisit it and download the workshop resources you require at your leisure. I hope you will enjoy learning from, and being inspired by, them. We’re sorry again for your inconvenience, Bruno. If any other readers find a link of ours that isn’t working, please do drop us a quick line and we’ll aim to get it fixed as soon as possible.
Steve Skaggs enjoyed issue 137’s Conan story, despite not normally giving features any attention (gasp!).