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06-19-2006, 07:15 AM
Hello! My name is Warin from Zoo Publishing.
Maryam has said we can post some info about 2DArtist Magazine here and also give all mattepainting.org readers some free content to download!
The Current Issue - June 06
40 Pages of tutorials - 20 pages of interviews + articles, galleries and competitions. Full issue $4 - Lite issue free! see site for more details http://www.2dartistmag.com
Here is the free article - An interview with Kim Taylor www.sketchling.com (http://www.sketchling.com) ! With his personal talented skills, he has worked on many amazing projects including XMen 3 and now is working on a TV Adaptation of Terry Prachetts ''Hogfather'' See what he talked with Zoopublishing about himself more from here!!!
The PDF should open in your browser or 'right click - save target as'
06-19-2006, 09:23 AM
Thanks, just purchased this issu. You do a great job with this mag, thank you :-]
06-19-2006, 12:06 PM
Thanks indeed for your great feedback and I am happy you like magazine:)
Which part of magazine do you like most? If you don't mind me asking
06-19-2006, 12:31 PM
Great magazine, it would be brilliant to have printed issues. I signed up for the back issues and the 6 month subscription a few months ago and having read all the issues I would have to say that I like the interviews the best. I like to hear about what people are doing, what inspires them annd how they got where they are today.
Bit on the thin side this issue though.
06-20-2006, 02:55 AM
Hey wrin-Zoo mags any chance to buy some older mags too? Can't find them on your site :-(
I didn't found the time to read all stuff in the mag but the interviews are really interesting. Also the tutorials are great to see some others workflow, thanks.
06-20-2006, 03:04 AM
Oh no worry just found the old ones. Costs 25$ for 4 but I have to pay 32$ and cant even download all of them. I only have two download links for the jan06/feb06 files. Any help there?
06-20-2006, 03:40 AM
Nevermind, just got an email with all download links. Thanks!
06-20-2006, 09:28 AM
Thanks Jim for your support and positive feedback, yes from our survey result, an interview is one of our creams of magazine where readers loves best. Many people questions 'how we can make its flow well like that' I have to say..we tried a lot of different interview techniques to find the best way to go....so until we find it! which making you can read a very nice+flow interview article:)
Thanks for your support
06-20-2006, 09:45 AM
Hello Xdreamer79, you can find the old issue by going to www.3dcreativemag.com (http://www.3dcreativemag.com) or www.2dartistmag.com (http://www.2dartistmag.com) then hit 'back issue' or 'purchase' botton!
I am very sorry to hear you couldn't download all links prefectly, I can help by resending your all purchased links..just email me email@example.com . For another problems, but we do have a service where you can email about any problems of magazines...you can email me directly firstname.lastname@example.org or our customer service boy email@example.com he will help you too.
Some time we got an email saying have't received an email with download info which is an automated process and only take minutes to customer that because maybe they have email filter system or security which maybe blocking and/or deleting the zoo publishing emails which will have been sent... If so, we sugest may need to update it to allow all emails from firstname.lastname@example.org or even better just zoopublishing.com to come through.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any problems..we please to help you anytime.
Bests from Zoopublishing.com
06-20-2006, 10:04 AM
For someone who may not see this June Issue:
We talk to 2 artists this month, Very different from each other in many respects. One male, one female, one student and one professional . Vinegar and Kim Taylor gives us both sides of the industry from their very different perspectives.
This month we are full of tutorials for all. Digital painting rules this month with creation of King Kong by Adonihs, Pier Duty by Graven Tung shows us a completely different style. 2D Artists&3DCreative Resident artist Richard Tilbury with Alyn Hunter and Adonihs show us the finer point of digital painting Fire, Smoke and Explosions in the continuing elements series.
3 this month, the hilarious ‘So, you really think I am fat….’ From Deniela Uhlig, ‘ Lord Frederickson’ by Dominus Elf (with a rather interesting look at creating character back –stories) and another Digital Art Masters Exclusive ‘ Masquerade’ by Egil Paulsen.
06-26-2006, 11:17 AM
We are working on July issue now!..so heavy contents next month...here is some sample
Kornel Ravadits http://www.graphitelight.hu/
Riana Miller http://www.fealasy.com/
King Kong Tut - Part 2 of 3 by Adonihs http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/30459654/
Budapest Matte Painting Tut by Kornel Ravadits
2 Artists creat the same Element ''Fur/Hair' scene with different tricks-
Shane Madden, teachs us step by step how to paint realistic 'hair' of Jessica Bell ..see her image from his website http://www.shanemaddendesign.com/ and our inhouse will teach you how to creat 'animal hair'-Fox Fur.
Blue dragon Photoshop Tut by Andrew Hou
Making of Blue by Ken Wong http://www.thumbtackpress.com
And of course I will post a free content here....humm anyway, which article/article would you all like to see? Please give me a clue!
Thanks for your patience!
06-26-2006, 04:21 PM
Sounds interesting, thanks for the preview. Will buy this one as well :-)
07-12-2006, 10:52 AM
Hi all! Good news...July issue is out now! here is the direct link to magazine www.2dartistmag.com (http://www.2dartistmag.com)
This month Shane Madden Toronto based Concept Artist shows you how to create hair in Photoshop using his unique painting style!
Hope you enjoy his article, and as always....any comments are very welcome!
07-12-2006, 02:04 PM
Thanks, just bought it. Don't have the time right now to look at it but the issues are great!
Thank you so much to Warin and the people over at zoo publishing. Hope you guys enjoy the magazine and my article on rendering hair. Hopefully people are able to draw from it and crate some amazing work. I look forward to hearing everyones comments!! if you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me!
07-19-2006, 07:21 AM
Thanks for being our great fan Xdreamer79! Curiously, Have you had a chance to read the magazine yet? It would be great to hear what you think about it ...so we will know how and what need to be improved and make magazine better!
07-19-2006, 08:45 AM
I subscribed recentley and can say I had my doubts about online mags, but this one is excellent. The history of Matte painting is a treat. I reckon a competition would be good, for some subscribers.
08-02-2006, 08:15 AM
Thank you, Warin. Nice to meet you here :)
08-16-2006, 05:31 AM
Hey Warin! :) Cool. I must get that next issue...my subscription just ran out. History of matte painting sounds pretty awsome :) The Hogfather thing is coming along very well at the moment. Tons of work though. :) Still, its fun! Its gonna be good.... we got some awsome filmed backplates to work on! :D
09-02-2006, 01:15 AM
i bough your 2d and 3D mag every month .. really professional mag, i'm french and it's really hard to find paper mag for professional people in shop there are only basic mag like computer art ... thx for your work and long life for your pdf-mag ...
09-12-2006, 07:04 AM
I have signed up for both the 3D and 2D versions of your magazines several months ago. My only concern so far is delivery dates? There dosen't seem to be a firm date set up for either download? If I am wrong please let me know what those dates are. Otherwise these magazines are of excellent quality.
10-12-2006, 10:16 AM
40+ Pages of tutorials - 20+ pages of interviews + articles, galleries and competitions. Full issue $4 - Lite issue free! see site for more details http://www.2dartistmag.com
Good news! To Issue 10! Still going strong...We are actively searching out new and experienced 2D artists to contribute towards the magazine! If you think you could contribute gallery images, tutorials or just answer a few questions then please get in touch with us! Contact details are on the About Page at the end of the magazine. Also, feel free to let us know what you think of the magazine and give us any helpful feedback or suggestions towards future content. We do listen to what you have to say and we also reply to every email we get so don’t delay...do it today!
Lined up 3 Artists this month. Cover artist Ryohei Hase from Japan, who has some really different Character designs from influences such as his dreams and his dog! We talked to self taught digital artist Mikko Kinnunen about his great style of painting. German Film School graduate Stephan Stolting makes it 3. Stephan has both 3D and 2D skills but feels you can only be truly creative when painting.
Kind of Top-Heavy on the tutorials this month. We have digital painting tutorials for Landscapes and Ice by Adonihs, Clouds by Marek Hlavaty & Elements ‘Flesh Wounds’ by Richard Tilbury and Benita Winckler.
Baby Sitter by Roy Stein, Jealous Bodyguard by Andrew Berends and Set out for Lover by T.G.Jay, gives us 3 different insights into the digital artist creative processes.
As usual! Here is the free article - 'step by step how to create a realistic flesh wound' by Benita Winckler! You may see the final image on a few websites, Follow how 'Tomato Ketchup' was used to make the blood? and why she had to hang up side down whilst writing this tutorial? Find out here!
The PDF should open in your browser or 'right click - save target as'
All critiques, comments and suggestions are very welcome! Please help us to make this magazine better and better!
We need your feedback on who you want featured in our magazine, please feel free to email me at email@example.com or post your sugesstion here, and then we will hunt for them for you!
03-14-2008, 12:19 PM
This is a beautiful Magazine, lushly illustrated. I highly recommend for any digital painting addict. Download the "lite" version to see what I mean.
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