Lose the bag!

ImagineFX - - Letters -

I bought my first copy of Imag­ineFX in May 2014. It’s been a great re­source and has got­ten me draw­ing again dig­i­tally and tra­di­tion­ally. Since buy­ing that copy I’ve gone each month to the newsagent and had a flick through the lat­est is­sue, and if I liked the top­ics cov­ered I’d buy it. So far I own 22 copies of Imag­ineFX, plus the bril­liant Anatomy Es­sen­tials spe­cial is­sue and the Imag­ineFX book SCI-FI.

But sadly I went into my newsagents only to find Imag­ineFX is now sealed in plas­tic and so only the front cover can be seen. I can no longer spend $20+ Aussie dol­lars per is­sue on a mag­a­zine based purely on the cover, I need to look in­side first. This may be out of your con­trol, but I had to let you know as a lover of the mag­a­zine. Pip, via email

Claire replies Pip, I think that you might be talk­ing about is­sue 150, which came in a bag be­cause it con­tained two free gifts. These would have fallen out if they weren’t bagged. We tried to put as much in­for­ma­tion as we could on the front and back of the bag so that read­ers can see what’s in­side. Sub­se­quent is­sues shouldn’t be in a bag, so you’re able to make a de­ci­sion on whether you want to buy it right at the news­stand.

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