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Painting project

Photograph 1: Your main reference for this project, showing good depth and lead-in

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Part 3 Practise your drawing and painting skills as you paint a moonlit woodland scene from a sunny photograph, with Ian Pethers
Part 1 Be inspired by the contents of your kitchen cupboard as you paint still lifes in acrylics with Rodney Kingston
Part 1 How to plan a painting of a garden from a photograph, by Julie King
Part 2 Take time to walk and sketch small studies as you find inspiration in local scenes, by Steve Strode
Part 2 Follow Tony Underhill step by step as he demonstrates how to use digital art to expand your traditional drawings and paintings
Part 5 Use a limited palette of acrylic inks to achieve a variety of effects, from drawing to adding washes, with Tim Fisher
Part 2 Liz Chaderton discusses a variety of techniques and approaches to painting bird and animal textures in watercolour
Becky Samuelson experiments with a range of well-made, affordable synthetic brushes to produce a variety of effects and textures in watercolour
Part 2 Develop the basic techniques learnt last month to paint a landscape in acrylics, with Cat Croxford
Trudy Friend offers hints and tips on recording the history of a local building
Part 2 Paint along with David Webb as you practise his three-wash technique in colour
Improve your tonal awareness using water-soluble graphite pencils with these three exercises, by Colin Steed