I’ve not painted a mini in years. But lately, I’ve been kinda wanting to get some colored goop onto my Guild Ball teams. Thing is, I know my skills have certainly atrophied in the time it’s been since I last painted. So, if I want my first miniature I do to not be garbage, I should at least read up on some good painting techniques. Thankfully, Figure Painter Magazine is here to help, and issue 43 is available now.
From the release:
Welcome to issue 43 of Figure Painter Magazine!
We have a great issue for you this month and as you will see, our writers got plenty of hobby bits and pieces for Christmas. We have Unboxings from FeR, NutsPlanet, Sago Productions, Giorgos Tsougkouzidis, HeraModels, BestSoldiers and Artefakt —phew! We also take a closer look at the new Ultra Matte Varnish from AK Interactive and the new Leaf Punches from PK-Pro.
Marko brings us the latest instalment of his post-apocalyptic diorama and we have another really inspiring tutorial from Roman Lappat. Also — drum roll please — we finally have a tutorial from none other than John Keys!
In this issue, we also talk to a real new kid on the block; Winton Afri? is a sculptor of extraordinary talent who specialises in digitally sculpting dragons! Check out his interview by Marko Paunovic. Kicking this issue off, though, is a truly fantastic talent and a really nice bloke and winner of…well everything: Michael Kontraros!