Welcome to The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 30! This issue is crammed full of great articles. Learn how to paint figures with stunning tutorials from the experts! There are four tutorials, one interview, a review and a gallery! You can also check out our Figurementors Painting Group on FACEBOOK!
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. In addition, we also start a new collaboration with the publishers, Pen and Sword. So stay tuned for some awesome book reviews!
THE FIGUREMENTORS MAGAZINE – HISTORICAL EDITION 30 – WE HOPE TO CONTINUE TO SET THE BAR AS HIGH AS POSSIBLE.
So, 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 30 we are dedicated to producing an invaluable resource for figure painters. Now and for the future.
CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT!
In The Figurementors Magazine – Historical Edition Issue 30 we interview, Milan Dufek who has a real passion for history and is also one of the nicest guys you can meet in the hobby. Then there is our Putty & Paint gallery and we still have our four sensational tutorials up our sleeves!
From the use of textures, painting realistic skin tones, tips and techniques to sculpting and better understanding light placement and harmonious colour palettes. We have got it covered. Check out our back issues HERE.
IN THIS ISSUE!
Paulo Paulo’s LUDUS DOMINUS
Paulo explains his new technique for painting of this FeR Miniature bust with acrylics and OilBrushers from Mig AMMO.
Andrea Terzolo’s TEMPLAR KNIGHT
Andrea explains his quick and effective techniques for realistic finishes.
Milan Dufek ARTIST INTERVIEW
Milan is the latest to face our questions of all things figure related.
Ivo Preda’s CATHERINE OF WURTTEMBERG
Ivo, converts, sculpts and paints an incredibly detailed lady on horse.
Simon Gosseries’s WARRIOR MONK
Simon paints up a classic Pegaso Models figure titled Warrior Monk using oils and acrylics.
So, there you have it! The latest issue of The Figurementors Magazine is now available!