It is now August, lockdown seems the new normal even though restrictions are lifting slowly. We would like to start by saying thank you for your support during these troubled times. Welcome to The Figurementors Magazine – Fantasy Edition Issue 14.
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We have been working very hard to maintain and excel the standards we have set ourselves. Thus we are particularly happy with this issue. Any figure painter can improve their artistic skills by reading Figurementors magazines because you will learn from top fantasy and historical artists in every issue. Each issue is aimed to inspire and teach. With that in mind, there is every chance you can learn something new from our Historical Editions too.
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CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT!
In The Figurementors Magazine – Fantasy Edition Issue 14 we interview award-winning, internationally recognised, Meg Maples. We have articles from Sascha Bernhardt, Richard Sharp and John Margiotta and our cover story is by the uber-talented Davide Decina.
In this Issue
Sascha Bernhardt exploded onto my timeline with some amazing work and here describes the impeccable process for painting a beastly bust from Massive Miniatures.
Richard Sharp talks about inspiration, colour theory, contrast and sketching in his work on the Peter Punkt wizard bust.
John Margiotta is a prolific painter from across the pond who loves nothing more than painting up weathered units of fantasy beasts and warriors. Here we get a low down on painting beautiful figures that are super impressive en masse.
Davide Decina offers us something a little different for our cover story. Davide is well known for his garage-style works and this time treats us to a stunning Frank Frazetta display.
Meg Maples is this issues guinea pig as we interview her about all things figure related and some not so.
Stay Safe, Stay In and Paint!