The Illustrated Historical Artist Issue 8



Issue 8 is here! The wait is over at last. A lot can happen in two months although I for one am celebrating one event in particular, the end of the European heatwave! That affected me in so many levels, a drop in creativity, a lack of energy and Hay Fever to boot.

This issue sees us continue to tread our philosophy of creating content that is both inspiring and aspiring. We have content from passionate, willing and supportive creators and tackle subjects as varied as vignette composition, realistic effects and painting the old enemy of many a nervous painter, tartan!

We also interview a good friend and inspiration to myself, Ernesto Reyes Stalhuth.

You may have noticed we have revised our cover design, aimed at allowing everyone to see more of the actual content line up and this issue also sees us team up with Accion Press who through Rodrigo Chacon have kindly agreed to allow us to republish some of their articles, previously never seen in English!

Well I hope to see many of you at Folkestone this month for what will be the second year of the new Euro Miniature Expo, if you see me please come and say hello, it’s always nice to hear feedback, positive and negative and to have a chat (maybe a beer or two also).

Until the next time
Viva la Historia!