Imagine FX workshop

I am happy to announce that the latest special edition Imagine FX is on sale now! In this issue I demonstrate how I created The Faerie Queen, step by step using both photos and video footage.


 "The Faerie Queen"  11x14  oil on panel  April 2013

 "The Faerie Queen"


oil on panel

April 2013

ImagineFX Presents Fantasy Illustrator is a collection of traditional art tutorials from some of the leading fantasy artists around the world. Learn to paint in oils, acrylics and watercolour. Use Copic markers and sculpt in Super Sculpey.

Tutorials include Cynthia Sheppard loosely painting a character from Game of Thrones, Kev Crossley paints a textured zombie unicorn, Annie Stegg dips into her Rococo influences to paint a faerie while Wayne Haag reveals how he controls light in his sci-fi seen.

In total, there are 14 new tutorials from artists as varied as Terryl Whitlatch and Anthony Palumbo, who paints our issue's cover.

For beginners, there's Terese Nielsen's core skills masterclass where she reveals quick tips on everything from mounting paper for painting to making lines in ink and pencil, as well as blending in pastels and taking your first steps in watercolours.

Finally, the issue comes with a free disc of tutorial content that includes the final art plus video of Anthony Palumbo, Annie Stegg, Erik Jones, Aaron Miller and Cynthia Sheppard hard at work!

Find more details here 

Order a copy from 

See sample pages on Google+

Fantasy Illustrator is also available on the Apple Newsstand (inside the ImagineFX app). Coming soon to Zinio.