January 27, 2016

Another Somewhat Daily Dose of Useless Tidbits for 27january2016

Is Now Available for Download. Easily my favorite magazine right now this issue features a whopping 124 pages for less then two bucks!

from the publisher..
Welcome to issue 33 of Figure Painter Magazine.
In this issue we have some great interviews from Adrian Hopwood, who is the focus of our Best of British series and we chat with Ben ‘Rocketandroll‘ Jarvis about his latest ventures in the miniature industry. We have reviews from Bent Bristle, Nutsplanet, Infamy, Midnight Miniatures, Karol Rudyk Art and we take a closer look at what 3D sculpting apps are available for tablets and mobile phones. Also in this issue, we have tutorials from Italian painter Davide Decina who explains how he painted his version of the Acolyte Miniatures’ Butcher. I myself explain how I scratch built some scale wooden barrels for my recent Mproyec Barbarella scene and Marko Paunovic delivers his penultimate article on the massive gaming table build.


To get 2016 started off in the right way, we have an excellent insight interview with the master of freehand and multiple Slayer Sword winner, non-other than Stephan Rath.

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. 
Good Looks
We've added new images to our 
The Art of War WWI Collection n our Pinterest page


















Good Guide
Beautifully done group of Replicants plastic 1/32 Confederates by an unknown painter as found on Flicker. A great paint guide with lots more views of this set HERE



A miniature wargame of the American Civil War in 54mm scale. This is a recreation of the Wheat Field at the Battle of Gettysburg

No comments:

Post a Comment