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shanerozzell
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Posted: Monday, October 10, 2016 - 10:48 PM UTC


Out Now, issue 3 of Initiative and issue 40 of Figure Painter Magazine: £1.30

Initiative issue 3 brings you lots of great tutorials, including how to paint black, from Andy Wardle. Tech bases from Sean Fulton and a freehand tutorial from Davide Rainone. Michael Klieman shows how to quickly and easily paint faces on your gaming miniatures and Marko Paunovic explains how to make wooded areas for your gaming table.
We also take a look at some Eastern MDF scenery from TTCombat, Fantasy Flights 'Mansions of Madness Edition 2' and Atlantis Miniatures' orcs. Bob Nolan checks out GCT's Bushido and he speaks to Sen-Foong Lim about dexterity and physical games. Kicking this issue off though, we chat to Arcworlde creator, 'Alex Huntly', about Warploque Miniatures' new expansion 'Troubles in the North’.

With issue 40 of FPM, we decided to renamed it the ‘Green Skin Edition’. Sean Fulton brings us the second part of his amazing conversation that was part of the very successful NOVA charity raffle. We also have a first for FPM; non-other than Roman ‘Jarhead’ Lappet who starts his two-part tutorial on how he painted his recent Games Workshop Warboss.
In issue 40, we also bring you 10—yes 10—unboxing reviews from the likes of FeR, Nuts Planet, BrokenToad, Black Sun and many more. We even have a close look at a new compressor from Sparmax and put an Iwata Airbrush through its paces. We also take a close look at Tommy’s War, a brilliant small producer that specialises in First World War miniatures. We chat to Kaha Miniatures’ owner and sculptor Fancagne Didier. Getting us out of the starting blocks, though, is a really cool Insight interview with one the most world renowned painters of our time, Julio Cabos.

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Posted: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 12:26 AM UTC
It used to be that FPM was published at the beginning of the month and I used to look forward to downloading it. Now it seems that the publishing of another magazine takes presidency and it is totally unclear when FPM is available. FPM 40 was last months. I eagerly await the realease of this months issue.
I would respectfully request you drop the new mag and maintain the efficiency and interest in FPM.
shanerozzell
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Posted: Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - 04:59 PM UTC
Thanks for you comment. FPM will always remain our main focus but over the years we were asked so many times to do a gaming magazine it seemed crazy not to do it. There has been some re scheduling basically so we can avoid certain dates and accommodate shows, but this will settle down in the new year. The IM team is completely separate from the FPM team so there is no conflict or change to the quality of our articles.