April 24, 2015

A Daily Dose of Useless Tidbits for 24april2015

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Glenn Bartolotti has a excellent website devoted to Step-by-Step Armor Finishing articles that currently has 43 volumes . These are available as reasonably priced downloads in PDF format at $1.95 each.

The latest issue – Step-by-Step Finishing German Armor Vol. 43 Sd.Kfz. 171 Panther Ausf. G 5th Panzer Div. 1945 and is available now HERE

Once paid for, the article is downloadable to your computer and is yours to save forever. This latest on the Panther Ausf. G is fourteen pages in length and comes in a new format; interactive! What I mean by interactive is that Glenn has incorporated not only a one-touch menu located in the top right-hand corner of the pages, when clicked on, will take you to the various chapters of the article, but has supported links on the products and various article related items that will take the reader directly to the item Glenn has showed within the article.

Figure Painter Magazine Issue 24
Is Now Available for Download

from the publisher..
We have a great issue for you with something for everyone. Barry Ford returns to our pages with a fantastic tutorial on how he painted his James Bond garage kit (and quite a nice cheesecake recipe :)). Regular contributors Marko Paunovic, continues his Malifaux,gaming table Odyssey; Marta Ĺšlusarska explains how she created a base for her Demonic Puppy (don’t ask!) and Luke Wilson show us how he painted his award winning bust, Wasteland Warrior! We also have a pretty cool explanation from Javier Molina on how he created his Guther 1947 diorama and Jason Martin also continues his series about Exploiting light and colour.
We also have reviews from Scale75, Figopedia, Galapagos Miniatures, Gamers Grass and Dark World Creations. Martyn Dorey explains all about the Mr. Surfacer range of products and we also have a closer look at a Rototool and part 2 of the Plastcraft Games, made for Malifaux gaming scenery.
We kick the this issue off be a very cool insight interview from one of Europe's best painters and one of my personal favourites, Anna Machowska.’

STILL THE BEST DEAL ON THE WEB! FPM is available as a downloaded PDF for less then $2.00 a copy.  FPM is a independent magazine dedicated to sculpting, painting, displaying, collecting and gaming with miniature figures from all genre's. The magazine has details on new releases, reviews, interviews with the industries top painters and sculptors, show reports, tutorials and a user gallery.

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