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    Magazines, Magazines, Magazines

    What magazines do you enjoy?
    My number one has to be Heavy Metal, alternative stories, diverse comic art, great covers, who could ask for more?
    I also like console and PC games magazines, but I don't get those reguraly anymore.
    Popular Science and Popular Mechanics are regulars in my house (my dad brings these from work) I get inspired by the pictures, but usually lack the patience to read articles.
    The same would go for aviation and military which he used to bring, but these don't come along like they used to (still have some from late 80's early 90's )
    If I ever move to the States, I'll probably subscribe to Sport Truck (found 2 of those in the garbage and I have them ever since )
    And last but certainly not least, Playboy from the 80's probably shaped my image of the perfect woman


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    I usually read Wired, Rolling Stone and once in a while the Economist and Heavy Metal.
    Thats about all my magazine reading.

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    I read Flaunt, Maxim, Heavy Metal and Time out New York
    Drawing everyday since 10/04

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    Model Grafix, i say read.. i can only find the japanese language ones so i just look in awe.. (if anyone knows fi they do an english one please let me know!!)

    White Dwarf,
    T3,

    too many car mags to list..

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    i mostly read the newspapers and news magazines like "der spiegel" from germany..
    also, some gaming magazines..
    otherwise.. i read a lot more books and poems than magazines

    Lim

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    cinefex
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    | Myspace | FLICKR The hype is real.

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    T3, Stuff, Stuff U.S., Boys Toys, Focus, New Scientist, Fortean Times, White Dwarf, Games, National Geographic, British Journal of Photography, Digital Creative Arts, 3d World, Harbinger, Ride, Sidewalk, Martial Arts Magazine.
    put you hand anywhere on the lads mags/film mag shelf and you'd probably pick out something I regularly read/ look at.

    As you probably gather I'm an image .
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    Mens Health
    Game Developer
    Grappling
    American Artist
    ComputerArts and 3dWorldMag

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    cinefex and game developer here also. I for some reason get all kinds of free game magazines sent to me that i don't read... not sure how i signed up for them but i'm not paying

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    Maxim
    FHM
    Men's Health
    Grappling Mag
    Fightsport (no longer exists, but it rocked)
    Heavy Metal
    Game Developer
    3D World
    Car mags
    Gun mags
    Soldier of Fortune
    etc
    Motivation...gone.

    Sketchbook be here...

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    Damn I want some free game mags for no reason...
    Paddy, your list suddenly grew
    I should check these out

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    Juxtapoz
    thrasher
    slap
    and the communication arts illustration/photography annuals

    there's one called just "illustration" that's pretty cool...high production values.
    and then american artist-drawing is pretty good too.

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    here are some that i like....
    juxtapoz
    american artist
    while you were sleeping
    beautiful decay
    tokion
    giant robot
    life sucks die
    fader
    art forum
    50 and over... what?! i m a freak.

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    thrasher
    transworld
    SBC
    slap
    concrete powder
    rolling-stone
    blender(cuz my bro always buys em)
    ...thats about it i think. i wish i could find that juxtapoz mag somewhere, i hear great things about it

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    - i read those pocket size books from disney at a regular basis

    - sometimes, Artscene (once called airbrush action or something.

    - regular, Keys Magazin

    All the other infos i get from the internet.
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    How do you get Game Developer...

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    Popular Science, Popular Mechanics- be good concept artists and know your tech!

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    Edge...
    .. thats it
    I wish I could afford more, oh well!

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    -Australian Dirt Bike Mag. I used to subscribe when I was 16.
    -Dirt Action. I buy 1 or 2 of these a year instead of ADBM.
    -Official Xbox. used to buy alot when I just got my XBox but now I only buy 'em if I see something I perticurly interested in.
    -whateva PC mags got good demos/reviews/e3 coverage, tho I don't buy many.
    -Hot4s. I used to buy these religously. Eventually I got sick of them and switched to fast fours, didn't buy them as much tho. I started reading Autosalon after that and found I like it better.
    -FHM. I buy these whenever I see them, especially if the cover chick is hot.
    -Ralph. Same deal as FHM.

    My dad also buys Dragster magazines cause he races so I'll read them as well. He's also into old school muscle cars so I'll grab them when he buys 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flex mathews
    here are some that i like....
    while you were sleeping
    beautiful decay
    life sucks die
    I forgot to mention the graff mags I like too, and these are them, hooray

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    I read:

    Scream magazine
    Sweden rock magazine
    Propaganda
    Monster magazine


    I get most my information from the internet, but i do love my shiny metal magazines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chukw
    Popular Science, Popular Mechanics- be good concept artists and know your tech!
    word, those science magazines are usually my favorite to read. I like National Geographic a lot too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tagHeuer
    cinefex
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    Am subscribed to
    Cinefex,
    DJ Mag
    , let me see if I can hook up to
    Game Developers
    All you have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to you......"

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    Nowadys i can get all of my porn from teh internet, so
    i virtually don`t buy magazines anymore. I do have a subscription for
    Comickers, though.
    Please bump my SKETCHBOOK . I'm too lazy to post.
    BLOG

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    Res

    Really cool magazine, it coveres art, culture, film, music, etc.

    Current issue covers SHYNOLA along with a quick interview of them. Good stuff.
    "You are not special. You are not a beautiful or unique snowflake. You are the same decaying organic matter as everything else." - Tyler Durden

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    i read PC gamer, maximum pc, game developer, 3d world, and metal edge.
    Do you know the muffinman?

    Originally Posted by creatix
    Once you understand what the word "stupid" means - age is no longer a valid excuse for being that way.

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    Cinefex

    I always pick up Cinefex, and speaking of Cinefex I saw the Massive Black advertisement in the latest one...looks pretty slick.

    You got a good spot in the magazine as it seems to be the page that it automatically opens up to (p. 78 War of the Worlds article).

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    I follow Horizontal Action closely, though it unfortunately only comes out twice a year... not much of a magazine guy.

    I would read Vice if it were laying around, though I could say that about alot of publications

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    -NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ADVENTURE - if you're a traveler, backpacker, adventurer...or like to do all those thing in the comfort of your armchair...it doesnt get any better than this. Basically, N.G on steroids
    -COLORS - THE MAGAZINE ABOUT THE REST OF THE WORLD. that says it all...

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    PLAY, EGM, Wizard, National Geographic, Popular Science
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