The Illustrated Historical Artist Issue 9

In by Redrum

Issue 9 has landed! We are almost a week late but life, commitments, family and work have all played a part in the delay yet we are very happy with the final result.

With the arrival of Autumn, the changing of the colours in nature, the cooler nights are accompanied with a new lease of hobby creativity.

I’ve almost painted an entire 54mm figure in October and just built a 75mm Northumbrian Thegn, which for many is probably slow going but which represents warp speed for myself.

Anyway, Issue 9 is jammed full of content to keep you entertained these colder nights, with works from Leloup, Del Cima, Powell and Preda, from the major eras of history. Not to forget Gubitosi, D’Antonio and the legendary José Brito!

In addition we have a review, interview and a gallery of some of the best historical artworks found on Putty & Paint this past month or so. Then Claudio Antonucci continues his unprecedented research into the German Soldier of WWII.

As always we believe we are offering the vest best in informative content and we hope you enjoy this latest issue.
Viva la Historia!