There's two new and exclusive videos available to watch on Studio TV

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There's two new and exclusive videos available to watch on Studio TV

Studio members can now watch the next instalments from Liz Chaderton's 'paint loose and lively animals in watercolour' series and Tim Fisher's 'tips and techniques for all artists' series!

What's Studio TV?

If you're more of a visual learner, we have you covered!

Every month, we upload new videos by professional artists exclusively for our Studio members, that provide exclusive tips, techniques and video demonstrations that you can follow from your home or studio. There's a materials list in each video, so you know exactly what you'll need to try it out for yourself!

We aim to cater for artists of all skill levels, so there's always something for everyone.

Here's a teaser of the new videos on Studio TV this month...

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Paint loose and lively animals in watercolour with Liz Chaderton - Part three

Learn how to paint eyes with no visible pupil (cows or deer) in part three of the 'paint loose and lively animals in watercolour' series by Liz Chaderton.

Haven't watch part one and two of the series yet? You can watch the whole series so far on Studio TV, along with a growing range of helpful demonstrations from other professional artists!

Tips and techniques for all artists with Tim Fisher - Part two

In part two of Tim Fisher's series of tips and techniques for all artists, Tim will demonstrate oil pastel techniques, including stencilling, mark making, blending and lifting out.

If you're a Studio member, don't forget to watch part one of the series, where Tim shares his top tips for rapid sketching, from a photograph.


Not a Studio member? From just £3.50 a month, you could watch over 40 video demonstrations from professional artists, read over 6 years' worth of digital issues of The Artist and Leisure Painter magazines and more! Discover everything Studio has to offer here. 

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