See what's coming up in the November issue of Leisure Painter

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See what's coming up in the November issue of Leisure Painter

Take a look at all the practical painting and drawing advice on offer in this month's issue of Leisure Painter (out on October 9, 2015)

For you to try this month:

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  • Follow David Bellamy as he experiments with Daniel Smith watercolours
  • Tim Fisher puts Jackson's speciality watercolour brushes through their paces


  • Elena Parashko shares coloured pencil techniques for drawing small studies
  • Complete a drawing of ballet shoes using graphite pencil with Lucy Swinburne


  • Bob Elcock completes his leopard study using pastel pencils
  • Learn how and when to create texture in your pastel paintings with Heather Harman
  • Tim Fisher shows how to use oil pastels over ink drawings in his series on painting scenes of local interest


  • Learn how to use water-mixable oils, wet on wet, with Tony Paul
  • Martin Kinnear begins a series for anyone looking to try oil painting for the first time

Other media:

  • Follow Linda Wain's back-to-basics approach to using liquid acrylics
  • Adding depth to your landscapes - Christine Pybus on aerial perspective, vanishing points, composition, colour and tone
  • Wendy Jelbert uses a variety of media and collage to produce autumnal still lifes


  • Steve Strode shows how to mix and use interesting shades of grey
  • Try painting a chimpanzee using an airbrush with Giorgio Uccellini


  • Reader's letters
  • Enter this year's Charity Christmas card competition
  • Things to do this month
  • Reviews of the latest practical art books and DVDs
  • Art club news, profiles and exhibition listings
  • Exhibitions from around the UK
  • Paintings from the PaintersOnline gallery

All this plus a FREE Search Press book for all readers in the November issue of Leisure Painter - Out on October 6, click here to purchase

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