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Hello Claire and ev­ery­one at Imag­ineFX. I wanted to write to tell you how much I en­joyed the an­i­ma­tion spe­cial (is­sue 113) re­cently: it re­ally opened my eyes to a dif­fer­ent type of art. I also en­joyed the fo­cus on Moon­bot Stu­dios – I want to work there one day! – and es­pe­cially their re­fresh­ing ide­al­ism, cap­tured in Bran­don Olden­burg’s quote, “We look through the eyes of our younger selves, to keep our adult selves in check.” It’s great to know that in the art world we don’t ever have to prop­erly grow up! Look­ing for­ward to the next an­i­ma­tion is­sue (and ev­ery is­sue in be­tween). An­to­nia Adams, via email Claire replies I to­tally agree An­to­nia, and I’m so pleased that you en­joyed is­sue 113. The an­i­ma­tion in­dus­try pro­duces count­less amaz­ing artists, and we wanted to put the fo­cus on them with our cover and its work­shop… but we have had many amaz­ing an­i­ma­tion artists in be­fore, and we’ll fea­ture them again, re­gard­less of the cover theme. Thanks for writ­ing in.

Hard to find in stores

First of all, a big thank you for mak­ing a great mag­a­zine. My in­ner artist has been try­ing to find his voice for years now, and I try to buy a copy of Imag­ineFX when­ever I can to keep him happy.

But it can be hard to find your mag­a­zine on the shelves where I live, es­pe­cially if the copies in Barnes & Noble have sold out. It’s sooo far to the next store, and though I like a long drive as much as any­one, I’d like to know if there are any plans on mak­ing the mag­a­zine avail­able in a wider range of smaller shops around the mid-West? Kenny Han­son, via email Claire replies Thanks for your email Kenny. We’d love to sell Imag­ineFX in ev­ery store in the uni­verse, but if you want ev­ery is­sue, ev­ery month, you should def­i­nitely look at our great sub­scrip­tion deals. See page 30 for de­tails.

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