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    by Published on 12-06-2016 09:10

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    Things move quickly and we’ve got a lot happening in the coming few weeks. SeminART is all sold out and we’re really looking forward to heading down to Cardiff with Fernando Ruiz for the first of many painting seminars with the top artists from all over Europe.
    Initiative Magazine issue 1 will be released soon after. The guys over at IM are all busily crossing the I’s and dotting the T’s, so the proofing team will have their work cut out. The FPM web page will be undergoing a major overhaul to make room for Initiative Magazine. We have also introduced the new prize for the best painted miniature posted on the FPM facebook page. From now on, winners will receive an exclusive FPM paint palette, something I’m really pleased with. FPM Bundle number 3 is now available so catching up with those missed issues is now a lot easier.
    Then, of course, there is this issue of FPM. It’s packed with tutorials that will suit everyone’s taste. We also have a load of reviews as well as all the usual articles and a pretty special insight interview with a comic and miniature concept artist who paints for the likes of DC, Marvel and LucasFilm…none other than Gabriele Dell’Otto!

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    by Published on 16-05-2016 18:32

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    In issue 36, we have some great stuff for you this issue, including unboxing reviews of miniatures from Aradia, H&V, Nutsplanet, Parallax and Pedro Fernández Works. We also talk to Matt DiPietro and Renata Jansen, whose work many I’m sure will be blown away by.

    The focus of this issue’s Insight is none other than Andrea Iula from Pegaso Models. As well as our usual articles, we also have tutorials from David Powell, Mark Maxey and a rather splendid build of some scenery from Tabletop World by our very own Marko Paunovic.

    Finally, there are just three places left for our first SeminART brought to you in collaboration with FeR Miniatures. For more information, or to book your place for SeminART, click here, SeminART

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    by Published on 07-03-2016 20:18

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    We have a pretty cool issue for you this month, kicking off with an Insight interview with one of my favourite painters, Diego Esteban, who not only tells us about his painting, but also about his latest venture, HeraModels. We also have interviews with Dave Heathfield of ‘Eavy Metal fame, as well as with Sebastian Archer and Peter Overton, the guys behind the Twisted game and miniature range who have taken the time to chat with FPM during their very successful crowdfunding campaign.

    We also have a packed issue for you with our reviews. We unbox miniatures from Armoured Syndicate, Figone, Nutsplanet, Beyond Miniatures, RP Models, Young Miniatures and take a close look at the latest Adoba Diorama book.

    Tutorials this month are from Sergey Popovichenko, Sergey Chasnyk and from Juan Ignacio Corujo, plus…drumroll please…the Malifaux Gaming Table is finally finished. Make sure you tune in next issue, because we have some really special news about that!

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    Those of you that use your finely painted miniatures for gaming might also like to know about a new publication that we’re starting called Initiative Magazine. The focus of Initiative Magazine will be on all types of gaming that uses miniatures so board games, RPG's, skirmish and war games. If you have anything you'd like to see in our magazine, please feel free to drop us a line by visiting our Facebook page; the guys would love to hear your thoughts.

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    by Published on 20-02-2016 14:57

    Yes we are back.

    We experienced a major problem with our database files. On examination the problem had been prevalent for sometime which meant it had been copied into some of our backup file. To make matters worse the issue also effected the webserver. As a result not only could we not not act as a forum we could not operate as website at all which is why we could not post an explanation on the Home Page as to why the forums were closed.

    Even though we are back there are still a few consequences we have to deal with. All the Avatar images have been lost, together with the profile pictures. We may have also lost links to user uploaded pictures.

    This means all members will have to reload their avatars. yes this is a pain.

    There may be other problems as well which we may not yet of noticed. If anyone does encounter an issue, please let us know in this thread

    by Published on 11-01-2016 19:44

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    Welcome to issue 32 of Figure Painter Magazine.
    Happy New Year to all our readers. In this, our biggest issue ever, 144 pages dedicated to our wonderful industry/hobby, we have something pretty special. A huge tutorial by Fernando Ruiz of FeR Miniatures where he paints his company’s very popular bust ‘Rogue Pirate’. Instead of putting it into two issues, you can read it all here in this issue!

    That’s not all. We have reviews from Tartar Miniatures, Big Child Creatives, BrokenToad and Mproyec. Plus we shine the spotlight on Infamy Miniatures and Tartar Miniatures. We also have a superb Best of British interview with Andrew Argent and starting us off is a great Insight interview from one of my favourite artists, Javier Gonzalez Lozano, aka Arsies.

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    by Published on 05-12-2015 12:16

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    Welcome to issue 31 of Figure Painter Magazine.

    We have a cracking issue for this month with show reports from all over the world. Hussar, Monte San Savino and Chicago all feature. We also have event reports from Golem Studio’s Painting weekend and Banshee’s Masterclass.

    We take a closer look at miniatures from RP Models, FeR Miniatures, NutsPlanet, Big Child Creatives and have a look at WarColours new paint range. The company spotlight shines its focus on BrokenToad and we have tutorials from Adrian Hopwood who paints Knight Models’ Joker, Justin McCoy continues his Remora build and we have a fantastic tutorial from Donald Johansson who shows us how he made his award winning Vanitas still life scene.

    We get this issue underway with a brilliant insight interview from non-other than Pepe Gallardo.

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    by Published on 22-11-2015 14:16

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    Welcome to issue 30 of Figure Painter Magazine.

    One of the goals of FPM is to show you, our readers, things that you may have never seen before and introduce you to new ideas. That’s why this issue is a bit of a special one dedicated to flachen zinnfiguren or flat tin figures. In this issue we have a show report from the Mecca of this sometimes overlooked part of our hobby, Kulmbach. We also have instruction about how to sculpt a demi round and even a guide to buying them. Jessica Rich shares with us how she painted her first flachen zinnfiguren and this month’s insight is with Penny Meyer, who was awarded Best of Show for flachen zinnfiguren at Kulmbach earlier this year.

    We have all the usuals reviews, views and news and interviews; in fact, we speak to Karol Rudyk, whom we last spoke to in issue one, about his latest project that we can exclusively reveal in this issue!
    Also we have a breath taking tutorial from Adrian Hopwood about his sensational rendition of Hush and one from our very own Italian Stallion, Davide Rainone on how he recently painted his award winning Dr. Doom bust.

    All this for £1.30...we must be mad!

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