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  • Salt and Spattering with Jane Betteridge

    Materials: Paper: Saunders Waterford 300lb NOT surface 15" x 15" SAA Silver Brushes: Whopper No.6 Round No. 16 Round Rigger Winsor & Newton Professional Watercolours: Cobalt Blue Cobalt Violet Winsor Yellow Indigo Olive Green Burnt Umber Also: Palette Knife SAA Masking Fluid & Applicator White Acrylic Ink Salt Jane Betteridge...
  • Low Tide with David Hyde

    Materials: Gesso Primed Board 16" x 12" Artisan Oils: Cadmium Yellow Medium Yellow Ochre Cadmium Red Light Cadmium Red Dark French Ultramarine Burnt Sienna Titanium White Artisan Mediums: Fast drying medium Thinner SAA Oil & Acrylic Brushes: No 4, 6, 8 Flat No 2, 4, 6 Round Also No 2...
  • Sparkle!

    As promised in the November issue of Paint, here’s your exclusive tutorial of the November front cover, called ‘Sparkle’ by Trevor Osborne. We’d love to see you having a go, too! Send your paintings to the editor, [email protected] Happy painting and drawing – and stay safe on bonfire night! Materials...
  • Optical Blending with Max Hale

    In this demonstration at the village of Albourne in Wiltshire I have tackled a fairly tricky subject not only because it was raining on and off whilst I did my sketching and referencing but because the end result needed muted colours and subtle values. I taped grey Canson Mi-teintes pastel...
  • Out and About - Light on the River Var with Mitch Waite

    SAA PA Mitch Waite use his oil paints to capture this vista of the River Var from this hillside vantage point. Materials: SAA Oil Paints: Titanium White Raw Sienna Burnt Sienna Cadmium Red Cadmium Yellow Ultramarine Blue Burnt Umber Alizarin Crimson Also: Turpentine Canvas Hog Hair Brush   The Subject...
  • Quick and Colourful with Marilyn Allis

    Marilyn Allis uses watercolour and sepia pen to capture the life and movement in this Breton scene. It is often easy to get caught up in the detail of a scene and in so doing lose the sense of spontaneity and movement. I love the movement that you can create...

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