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Jackson’s Studio Acrylics

Steve Strode experiments with an affordable range of highly pigmented and versatile acrylics, perfect for studio and beyond

What kind of paints do you use when it comes to acrylics? Are you loyal to one brand, or do you have a few favourites on your palette? Buying a reputable brand can provide a degree of confidence in any product, and Jackson’s has developed a range of acrylic paints that may well tempt you to use theirs: Jackson’s Studio Acrylics.

The adage ‘the more you pay, the better the quality’ is certainly true when buying paint so finding a trustworthy brand you like means avoiding the bargain basement versions that are full of filler and contain less pigment. Jackson’s, on the other hand, offer an unbeatable mix of a well-priced range of paints that contain no fillers and more pigment in their Studio range.

So, what does the Studio Acrylics range offer? After testing the product,

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Welcome to the special Summer issue of Leisure Painter. From step-by-step demonstrations to help you paint landscapes, seascapes, animals, gardens and flowers with more confidence to beginner's guides to gouache and watercolour pencils, there's something for everyone in this month's issue. Learn how delicate washes of translucent watercolours can help you paint white flowers on white paper; and how to paint buildings and urban scenes quickly and effectively. There's practical advice to help you develop your composition and colour-mixing skills, and an opportunity to paint a beautiful rural coastal scene in pastel. Make the most of your painting time with this issue of Leisure Painter.