Lots of love for our Ross Tran in­ter­view

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I got home af­ter my sec­ond week of art school in my first year of study­ing an­i­ma­tion – whoo-hoo! – to find my new (Dam­aged! Damn you Mis­ter Mail­man) much-awaited is­sue of Imag­ineFX in the mail­box. Yay!

I have never had the urge to write to you (I’ve sent art to the FXPosé team, with no luck yet), be­cause I didn’t think it nec­es­sary to com­ment on the art con­tent when so many al­ready have. That is, un­til I read the artist port­fo­lio about Ross Tran. I just wanted to give a MA­JOR thumbs up to the writer of the ar­ti­cle! It was such an in­ter­est­ing break down and it com­ple­mented Ross’ chan­nel so well. I love writ­ing and I found the ar­ti­cle so very lovely. I ac­tu­ally got su­per emo­tional. I get like that when peo­ple are so awe­some and I just can’t han­dle it. Nat­u­rally that’s only pos­si­ble when the ar­ti­cle is well writ­ten and en­gag­ing. Thank you for giv­ing such an awe­some in­sight into such a won­der­ful artist and per­son! Dana Alink, via email

Claire replies Dana, thanks so much for writ­ing in, you’ve made our day with your kind words! Ross is such an en­thu­si­as­tic per­son, it was hard not to get caught up in his ex­u­ber­ance. For those that missed the is­sue, it’s still avail­able to buy on­line. See page 26 for more de­tails.

Like Dana, did you have an emo­tional mo­ment af­ter read­ing our in­ter­view with Ross Tran? Let us know!

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