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A beginner’s guide to Brusho

Part 1 Loosen up your style as you experiment with the bright colours and easy techniques of Brusho, with Carrie McKenzie



What is Brusho?

Practise two techniques: sprinkle and spritz on the paper and mix in a well


Dry-sprinkled Brusho
The effect of spritzing Brusho crystals with a water sprayer from about 10in.

Iam a great fan of all water-based media, and particularly love the sheer radiance of watercolour. Imagine then my delight a number of years ago when I discovered another wonderful waterbased pigment called Brusho. I’ve been hooked on it ever since!

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About Leisure Painter

Welcome to the August issue of Leisure Painter. Aimed at beginners and amateur painters, this month's issue is packed with practical advice, demonstrations, tutorials and tips and techniques for drawing and painting your favourite subjects, from materials and colours to the techniques and ideas you need to produce beautiful paintings. Learn how to loosen up your style as you use outdoor techniques for painting at home, or how to transform a dull photograph into a vibrant sunset scene. Understand the value of edges in your work, how to inject life and character into your drawings and paintings of cats, and be inspired to paint summer-themed still lifes. There's a beginner's introduction to Brusho as well as demonstrations in watercolour, acrylics, water-mixable oils and oils.