The Best of Historical Edition – Volume 2 is a little celebration of The Figurementors Magazine! This volume brings you eight of the very best articles that we presented during the course issues 11-20. No reviews, no adverts, nothing but the very best in figure painting content!
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. That being said, each article has been reedited, reformatted and redesigned. As we have developed as editors and designers so we wanted to put a fresh spin on the articles.
The Best of Historical Edition – Volume 2 – WE HOPE TO CONTINUE TO SET THE BAR AS HIGH AS POSSIBLE.
We are dedicated to producing an invaluable resource for figure painters. Now and for the future. You can also check out our Figurementors Painting Group on FACEBOOK!
CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT!
In The Best of Historical Edition – Volume 2 we provide inspiration and knowledge in equal measure.
From the use of textures, painting realistic muted tones, tackling black and white, painting splinter camouflage, heraldry and tartan. We have got it covered. Check out our back issues HERE
WHAT IS IN VOLUME 2?
Magnus Fagerberg’s NORTHUMBRIAN THEGN
Magnus paints up a beautiful and iconic sculpt from Raul Latorre!
James Rice’s NORMAN WARRIOR
James paints an expressive face using the Verdaccio method.
Roberto Del Cima’s CHIVALRIC HERALDRY
Roberto showcases his methods for painting heraldry!
Daniele Petrucci’s CELTIC WARRIOR
Daniele explains his process for bring new life to a Pegaso classic.
Fabio “Naskino” Fiorenza’s ROMAN CAVALRY OFFICER
Fabio paints up a stunning bust from Young Miniatures.
Harold Stivala’s SPANISH TERCIO
Harold writes up the creative process behind his stunning Tercio bust, not to be missed.
Pavel Gurianov’s CRUSADER
Pavel creates a stunning figure complete with provocative scene setting and backdrop.
Marc Mussat’s MUGHAL MOUNTED ARCHER
Marc paints up a very special figure straight from the Russian School!