Here we are at 22 issues! The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 22 brings you more of the same great articles! Learn how to paint figures with stunning tutorials from the experts.
We always try to present an issue that has a collection of eras, techniques and figure types. This issue is no different. We also try to encourage contributors to write in their own style and leave a personal touch. Otherwise, articles become a little drab and monotonous.
THE FIGUREMENTORS MAGAZINE – HISTORICAL EDITION 22 – WE HOPE TO CONTINUE TO SET THE BAR AS HIGH AS POSSIBLE.
The magazine continues to grow as does the brand. We hope that you, our fanbase can see this also. Therefore, in The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 22 we are dedicated to producing an invaluable resource for figure painters. Now and for the future.
CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT!
In The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 22 we interview award-winning historical figure painter extraordinaire Philippe Gengembre who has a real passion for history. We review a release from the new OMEN Battle of Gods, a sister project from RP Models. We also present a complete gallery of the Portraits from the Middle Ages painting competition organised by FeR Miniatures and the Bust@ Facebook group competition. Then there is our Putty & Paint gallery and we still have our four sensational tutorials up our sleeves!
From the use of the Non-Metallic Metal technique to creating inspiring vignettes, painting flat tin figures or going all out with a 90mm Samurai warrior. We have got it covered. Check out our back issues HERE.
FIGUREMENTORS MAGAZINE – IN THIS ISSUE
Khian Morales – presents an informative and instructional study in the use of the Non-Metallic Metal technique.
Inigo Rodriguez – showcases another of his original vignettes, this time remembering the fallen in France 1918.
David Colwell – provides our cover story, a beautifully written, exhaustive account on painting a 90mm Samurai from Pegaso Models.
Philippe Gengembre – is the latest in the hot seat as he answers our questions in our interview series.
Pat Demedts – opens up about her love for painting flats and gives a heads up on some pointers.
There we have it for another issue. If there is a particular subject you would like us to cover in the future, you can contact us on our social media platforms or via firstname.lastname@example.org.