Well here we are in June, Summer is fast approaching, the heat wave in the U.K. continues with no sign of rain for my garden! The Historical Edition is fast approaching twenty issues! We recently made some changes, which we hope you agree have been positive!. The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 19 brings you more of the same great articles!
We hope the new name for the magazines have not confused you too much and that the tweaks to our design and the new cover price, are all welcome.
FIGUREMENTORS MAGAZINE – WE HOPE TO CONTINUE TO SET THE BAR AS HIGH AS POSSIBLE.
We knew going monthly would be a massive undertaking by the team. However, we are confident that it is a good move! In order to stay relevant and up to date, a monthly magazine makes more sense. We really hope this is something our customers will appreciate.
CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT!
In The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 19 we interview award winning Flat Figure painter extraordinaire Richard Taylor who has perfected his Art. We bring you two reviews, as we take a closer look at releases from Nuts Planet and Journeyman Miniatures. Then there is our Putty & Paint gallery and then there is still our four sensational tutorials!
Magnus Fagerberg provides the Figurementors Magazine its cover story this month, with his process of painting the new Northumbrian Thegn mini bust from FeR Miniatures bust. Magnus focuses on several different aspects of the bust.
AND MORE CONTENT!
Marc Mussat explains in detail his whole creative process, from planning to realisation, of his award winning vignette The Duellists.
Have you ever wondered how to recreate perfectly executed designs to fabric? Anna Shestakova reveals her technique for painting the colourful and intricate pattern to a tradition Navajo Indian blanket. Check out her article on painting the Wise Woman from Luca Pina.
Finally, Fernando Ruiz Ceano provides an insightful article into the creative process behind the Portraits of the Middle Ages range in association with Paul Deheleanu, the sculptor.
So, there you have it, we hope you will enjoy The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 19, in fact, we are sure you will! If needed, you can find back issues right HERE.
Viva la Historia!