Figure Painter Magazine Issue 42, Initiative Magazine Issue 5 Available Now
There’s a whole lot of new gaming magazine going on in this issue. The folks at Robot Pigeon Publishing have been working hard on both Figure Painter Magazine as well as Initiative, and they’ve got new issues of both as the result. As always, there’s a lot of good information to be had in-between those covers.
From the release:
Out Now, issue 5 of Initiative: £1.30
In this issue we have some excellent step-by-step articles by Andy, Marko and Sean. Normski takes a look at the world of Norsguard and our Gamezone article covers the game TRIBAL, with a look at Maori culture to boot. Here at Initiative we even give you an education alongside your gaming. We also take a look at Norsgard and Fallen Frontiers as well as Angel Giraldez’s new book and another miniature fron Rage Craft Studios.
Roberts’s regular look into game design continues with a look at the physical limitations when designing a board game. Michael shares his experiences at ReaperCon, which looks a whole lotta fun! All this and a lot more besides.
Also available, FPM issue 42: £1.30
We have a cracker of an issue for you this month with a truly inspiring tutorial from Roman Lappat who tells us all about OSL. Marko Paunovic brings us the latest instalment of his post-apoc diorama and we have a HUGE step by step article from Roman Gruba…did I mention it was massive!
Also in this issue we have lots of unboxing reviews for you, so if you have yet to decide on that little something to buy yourself, then look no further: Nuts Planet, Altores Studio, FeR Miniatures, Miniature Tale, Neko Galaxy Minis, Black Sun Miniatures and Kellerkind Miniaturen are all featured, as well as Kimera Models, where we drop the mic on exclusive revelations! We also have a show report from the recent Monte San Savino competition and a close look at the new painting book by Arsies and the Iwata Neo Airbrush Kit.
Kicking it all off is a superb Insight interview with none other than the fantasy artist supremo, Gerald Brom, one of our all-time favourites!