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Digital Subscriptions > Leisure Painter > Aug-17 > PAINTERSONLINE and St Cuthberts Mill Competition

PAINTERSONLINE and St Cuthberts Mill Competition

PaintersOnline, the online home of Leisure Painter and The Artist, has teamed up with St Cuthberts Mill to offer you the chance to win one of 20 Bockingford A3 pads worth £14.52 (rrp) each.

We have 20 Bockingford A3 pads for the lucky winners of this competition. Bockingford paper is a beautiful English watercolour paper made on a cylinder mould machine at St Cuthberts Mill. This high-quality paper is made with pure materials to archival standards. Both amateur and professional artists value this extremely forgiving paper. Its attractive surface is created using natural woollen felts, giving the paper a distinctive random texture and is greatly appreciated for its excellent colour-lifting abilities. Bockingford can be used for watercolour, gouache, acrylic, pastel, pen and ink, pencil and charcoal, making it a very versatile paper.

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Welcome to a summer of drawing and painting with Leisure Painter. This month we tackle summer landscapes, gardens and flowers, buildings, harbours and boats, animals, local scenes, a moonlit seascape, horses and a flamenco dancer in a variety of your favourite media. If you're ready to try something different, experiment with oil pastel resists with acrylic inks and watercolour, look at coloured grounds for mixed-media work and embrace digital with an app that will help you draw and paint better pictures! From loose and lively to detail, monotone to colour work, and projects from photographs to how to paint from life - enjoy another month of practical tutorials, demonstrations and inspiration.