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Happy 150 is­sues! I still have is­sue one ly­ing about some­where. I’ve never re­gret­ted buy­ing a sin­gle copy of Imag­ineFX.

Thank you so much for John Howe’s work­shop in the 150th is­sue. He’s one of my favourite artists. I’d like to see a work­shop from Alan Lee in a fu­ture is­sue. It would be nice if ei­ther John or Alan could also paint a cover.

It would be great if you could look into the topic of street art in your tra­di­tional art sec­tion. How it in­flu­ences dig­i­tal artists and vice versa?

A com­pan­ion app for the mag­a­zine would also be good to see, where read­ers could see be­hind the scenes of the mag­a­zine with com­pe­ti­tions, ex­tra work­shops, in­ter­views and dis­counts.

Even though I know that any­one can sub­mit their art work to FXPosé and Tra­di­tional FXPosé, I’d like to see a page ded­i­cated to ca­sual read­ers’ art.

But what­ever Imag­ineFX does, it’s al­ways amaz­ing and in­spir­ing. Keep do­ing what you’re do­ing for an­other 150 is­sues, please! Ron­ald Ger­rard, via email

Claire replies Ron­ald, with that many ideas in one email, you should come and work for us! Thanks for writ­ing in. If any­one missed our is­sue 150, there may be a few copies left in our on­line store – see page 30 for de­tails.

We’re very pleased with how our 150th spe­cial is­sue turned out, but one reader was slightly peeved at the folded poster in­side the bag…

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