It’s been four years since I decided to go digital. I have never regretted a single paper issue of ImagineFX. And when I’m interested in a special magazine, I simply buy it right from your site. I have all the ImagineFX issues and I just want to say thanks for your great work! When I show to my friends how digital art can be so beautiful on a iPad screen, their eyes always shine. Forever with you. Donald, via email Claire replies Hello Donald. Thank you so much for taking the time to email us with your kind words. I always share emails like this with the team and it’s a great reminder of how lucky we are to be working in the digital art community.
Hello there. I’ve just discovered your wonderful magazine! But how can I submit my art to you? Brenda Standis, via email Claire replies Hey Brenda, thanks for getting in touch. We’re always looking for traditional and digital artists to showcase their art in our FXPosé sections. What we need is up to seven images (either traditional or digital, not both), along with their titles and a short (50 words for each image) explanation about its creation, the inspiration, or technique used.
Ideally, provide your text as a text document and your images in a zip file (include copyright information if needed). We’ll also need a photo of yourself, a short biography (maybe about your training, jobs, art inspirations and aspirations, or some silly info about you) and these details: name, location, website, email and your medium. Images should be sent as 300dpi jpg files. Email us at email@example.com. Unfortunately we’re not able to reply to people individually – unless you get chosen to appear in the magazine.
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Four years ago Donald swapped over to a digital subscription of ImagineFX, and hasn’t looked back.