Now standing at 23 issues! The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 23 brings you more of the same great articles! Therefore, 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 feature a full diorama build and our first-ever scale model build and paint job. Then there is an insight into the work of a Historical Illustrator!
We always 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 23 – 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 23 we are dedicated to producing an invaluable resource for figure painters. Now and for the future.
CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT!
We are proud to announce The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 23 we interview award-winning and inspirational Harold Stivala. We review a new publication from Mr Black Publications and an absolute beast of a kit from RP Models, the Roman Auxillary Cataphract. Then there is our Putty & Paint gallery and we still have our four sensational tutorials up our sleeves!
From creating inspiring vignettes, painting freehand or creating a stunning aircraft replica. We have got it covered. Why not check out our back issues HERE.
FIGUREMENTORS MAGAZINE – IN THIS ISSUE
Andrew Argent – a scale modeller extraordinaire and a near-constant presence in military modelling magazines. Here he provides an insight into his award-winning and naughty diorama Window Shopping.
Roberto Del Cima – returns to our pages once more. This time providing our cover story with this beautiful standard-bearer from Medieval Forge Miniatures.
Kristian Simonsen – provides our first-ever foray into scale modelling with this beautiful version of the P47 Thunderbolt!
Harold Stivala – is next under the microscope in our interview series.
Matthew Ryan – returns twenty issues after his first appearance. Here the Historical Illustrator sheds light on the creative process of one of his paintings, The Battle of Antioch!