Saturday, February 24, 2007
Imagine Publishing, the UK's fastest growing consumer specialist magazine publisher, on February 23 announced that is has reached an exclusive agreement with the Corel Corporation to publish the Official Corel Painter Magazine worldwide.
Corel Painter is the finest real media software on the market, allowing users to emulate the look and feel of traditional art materials. Whether you are working from a photo or a hand-drawn sketch, the amazing brush sets turn your computer into a digital canvas and allow you to create amazing art.
With the Official Corel Painter Magazine, Imagine Publishing will provide new and existing Corel Painter users with the ultimate companion to the software. Each issue will be packed with tutorials explaining how to create art with the program, covering everything from using the default tools, to learning how to re-create famous paintings.
Each issue will feature a coverdisc full of important digital resources such as tutorial files, training videos, exclusive brushes and demos. The magazine will be complemented by a dedicated website where readers can interact on the forums, upload their own artwork and download even more Painter resources.
"Corel Painter is the perfect software for digital artists and we're very excited to be working with Corel in producing a magazine that does this incredible program justice. Each issue will be full of inspirational art and step-by-step guides to ensure that readers not only gain a greater understanding of the Corel Painter software, but that they also become better artists in their own right," said Imagine's Managing Director, Damian Butt.
"We are very delighted to be working with Imagine Publishing, a company that has a proven track record when it comes to producing high-quality consumer magazines. And by adding its expertise and resources to our enthusiasm and deep industry, customer and product know-how, we will together be able to deliver a first class magazine that shows the true power and creativity of the Corel Painter software," said Corel's Deborah Thomas.
This is definitely good news for Painter users everywhere!
Posted by John Derry at 9:03 AM