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    by Published on 03-05-2015 10:59  Number of Views: 260 




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    In this issue we have something for everyone. Barry Ford returns to our pages with a fantastic tutorial on how he painted his James Bond garage kit (and quite a nice cheesecake recipe ). Regular contributors Marko Paunovic, continues his Malifaux,gaming table Odyssey; Marta Ślusarska explains how she created a base for her Demonic Puppy (don’t ask!) and Luke Wilson show us how he painted his award winning bust, Wasteland Warrior! We also have a pretty cool explanation from Javier Molina on how he created his Guther 1947 diorama and Jason Martin also continues his series about Exploiting light and colour.

    We also have reviews from Scale75, Figopedia, Galapagos Miniatures, Gamers Grass and Dark World Creations. Martyn Dorey explains about all the Mr. Surfacer range of products and we also have a closer look at a Rototool and part 2 of the Plastcraft Games, made for Malifaux gaming scenery.

    We kick the this issue off be a very cool insight interview from one of Europe's best painters and one of my personal favourites, Anna Machowska.

    Lastly, It’s finally here. Bundle 2!


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    by Published on 02-04-2015 10:21  Number of Views: 1228 




    Raging Heroes' Toughest Girls of the Galaxy are back on Kickstarter with 6 new armies of miniatures: Striking Dark Elves, Lustful Demons
    and Unflinching Sisters, in both Fantasy and Sci-Fi.


    Already highly successful, Raging Heroes minis continue to garner praise for the originality of their concepts and the quality of their casts.


    And the company had such strong faith in their project and backers that, right from the start, they offered a full set of 15 freebies (Retail
    Value: $200 ! - since then, value has been increased to over $250) to all Lieutenant Box Pledges and above.


    So, $250 worth of free minis right from the launch of the TGG2 Kickstarter, on top of the deals on offer at each Pledge Level!


    And one freebie us unveiled every day throughout the Kickstarter, whatever happens!


    ONLY 2 WEEKS: MARCH 25 - APRIL 8!!! WITH NEW PLEDGE LEVELS AND EARLY BIRDS TO OPEN SOON!


    Kickstarter Link: http://bit.ly/TGG2KSlive
    by Published on 29-03-2015 11:52




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    In our biggest issue yet, we have something for every level of painter. For beginners (or more advance modellers wanting to improve), Marta Ślusarska begins a new series of tutorials detailing the basics of miniature painting. We also have chat to Scale75 about their new Smog Riders intro models. For the intermediate and advanced painters we also have the second part of Ian Succamor’s Puritan Preacher and Damon Drescher tells us about his fabulous Hannya Knight while Jason Martin begins a new series showing us how light to exploit light and colour.

    We also have a details of the best new miniatures on the market as well as a close look at gaming and modelling accessories with our market place and unboxing reviews Plus loads more packed into 126 pages. Getting us started, we have a brilliant insight interview with non-other than Kirill ‘Yellow one’ Kanaev.

    Don't forget you can also win a free display plinth every month by posting pictures of your painted miniatures on our facebook page and getting the most likes in a month.

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    by Published on 08-03-2015 11:06




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    In this issue we have great reviews from Black Crow, Mindwork Games, N-S Prod, Carmine Giugliano, and Scale75. We also take a good look at Firestorm Games’ great new gaming venue based in South Wales, plus our regular Putty&Paint Showcase, Exposé, and Headlines features.
    What’s on the Market looks at masking materials. Best of British features Leicester based artist Carlos FigureArt and we kick off with a great Insight interview with Mathieu Fontaine who also supplies us with a tutorial on how he recently painted his Inuit bust. We also have the first part of a sculpting and painting tutorial from Ian Succamore and Marko Paunovic continues his epic Malifaux table build and shows us a quick way to duplicate gaming terrain pieces.

    Don't forget you can also win a free display plinth every month by posting pictures of your painted miniatures on our facebook page and getting the most likes in a month.

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    by Published on 25-02-2015 17:46  Number of Views: 1859 

    I've just received the following news item

    Whitebox Interactive is pleased to announce our upcoming title - Warhammer 40,000: Dark Nexus Arena! Set in the Wych arenas of Commorragh, Dark Nexus Arena is a blend of the twin stick shooter and MOBA genres. In teams of four, Veteran warriors hailing from the Space Marine, Ork, and Tau armies battle in bloody conflict to the death. We are slated to launch in 2016.


    The team at Whitebox is elated to finally be able to share this news with you. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be introducing you to the team and getting you up to speed on the state of the game.
    by Published on 03-02-2015 17:40




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    Happy New Year to everyone and we hope you had a good Christmas Break. Our reviewers have been very busy unwrapping all their presses and hitting the keyboards to bring you a bumper crop of reviews for this issue. We also have tutorials from Marko Paunovic, David Powell and Alfonso ‘Banshee’ Giraldes. We then take a closer look at Ultimate Sanding Sticks and the Molten Metal paints from Darkstar Miniatures.
    Plus we have great interviews with Alex ‘Iguazzu’ Varela and John Keys. Plus all the latest news, new releases and much, much more.


    Don't forget you can also win a free display plinth every month by posting pictures of your painted miniatures on our facebook page and getting the most likes in a month.

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    by Published on 06-01-2015 18:10




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    THIS ISSUE IS HUGE! 120 pages full of miniatures goodness that will certainly sate your miniature lust Inside we have reviews from Fallen Frontiers, Olivier Bouchet, Siren Miniatures, Nocturna and Miniaturas Fortes. Luke Wilson and Ian Succamore continue their tutorials and Thor Intararangson and David Powell join the fray with tutorials on sculpting and painting an eagle statue base and a French Dragoon, respectively.

    We start with a superb Insight Interview with Sebastian Archer, who gives FPM readers an exclusive look of a new miniature for his ‘Twisted’ setting.

    We also speak to Slayer Sword Winner Richard Gray and we start a new feature called Best of British that showcases home grown talent, this gets under way with none other than Scott (Iacton) Hockley.


    Don't forget you can also win a free display plinth every month by posting pictures of your painted miniatures on our facebook page and getting the most likes in a month.

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