We are on to our 21st issue, sweet 21! As you may have seen, we recently made some changes, which we hope you agree have been positive! The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 21 brings you more of the same great articles! Learn how to paint figures with stunning tutorials from the experts.
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.
FIGUREMENTORS MAGAZINE – WE HOPE TO CONTINUE TO SET THE BAR AS HIGH AS POSSIBLE.
So, 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.
FIGUREMENTORS MAGAZINE – CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT!
In The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 21 we interview award-winning historical figure painter and larger than life character Christos Panagiotopoulos who has a real passion for history. We review the new publication from Accion Press titled Diorama 1.2. I also take a look at the Tercio release from Scale 75. Then there is our Putty & Paint gallery and we still have our four sensational tutorials up our sleeves!
Sergey Popovichenko provides the Figurementors Magazine with its cover story this month. Sergey is a real heavyweight within our community and actually featured on the cover of our very first issue! He describes his process for painting a Roman Legionary from Pegaso Models. The pictorial step by step of painting the motif on the shield is particularly useful.
FIGUREMENTORS MAGAZINE AND MORE CONTENT!
Eugenij Strekalov paints up a 16th Century Cossack.
Alessandro Natale delivers a beautiful conversion on FeR Miniatures Ivar the Boneless bust.
Finally, Alfonso Floren explodes onto the scene his with his immaculate rendition of the iconic Mounted Celt, released by Pegaso Models.
So, there you have it, we hope you will enjoy The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 21, in fact, we are sure you will! If needed, you can find back issues right HERE. Remember, all back issues have been reduced to the new price of just £4.99.
FIGUREMENTORS MAGAZINE SUMMARY
In This Issue
So, there you have it! Here is a rundown of the main features in The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 21.
Eugenij Strekalov – Talks us through his process of a 16th Century Cossack. This Russian miniature Artist tackles yet another Medieval Forge Miniatures release, a company becoming increasingly popular.
Alessandro Natale – This painter hails from France and is comfortable deploying skills in either genre. Here he guides us through his conversion and paintwork of the Ivar the Boneless release from FeR Miniatures.
Christos Panagiotopoulos – A big character, super popular and an ever-present on the European competitive circuit. We took time out to interview him about everything miniature related!
Sergey Popovichenko – A Ukrainian powerhouse in figure painting. His super gritty and realistic style is instantly recognisable. Here we have presented his most recent Roman Legionary from Pegaso Models.
Alfonso Floren – Another mixed-genre painter who has really made a beautiful version of Pegaso’s iconic Mounted Celt figure!
Viva la Historia!