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Unofficial portraits

Hazel Soan concludes her series with a look at other kinds of likeness – quick sketches made in public spaces, when a likeness is not essential, or when the face is obscured, the body and pose forming a recognisable shape

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Hazel Soan is a well-known watercolourist and has studios in London and Cape Town; she travels widely for her painting. Hazel is the author of 14 painting books, has recorded several DVDs and her work is in private and public collections, including the National Portrait Gallery and a number of embassies. This series of articles expands the chapter on portraits in her latest book Learn to Paint People Quickly, published by Batsford, price £9.99, ISBN 9781849943949. Readers can save £2 and enjoy free P&P when they order from our online bookshop – see page 62 for details

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Paint lively watercolour landscapes using the hard and soft edge technique, learn how to capture the movement of water in your watercolours, become a wedding sketchographer, depict the figure in pastels, improve your compositional know-how, develop your colour-mixing skills - all this and much more in this month's issue! Hazel Soan encourages you to you paint informal portraits, BBC1's The Big Painting Challenge winner Suman Kaur shares her top ten tips learnt during the series and David Gould explains how he combines digital and traditional techniques to create contemporary artworks. Soraya French is back to invite you to discover the joy of mark making and create a mixed-media landscape, whilst Jake Winkle reveals the importance of interpreting your subject for more creative results. Charles Williams talks about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Ian Sidaway tests the new Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colour Paper range, Glyn Macey shows how Andy Warhol's work can inspire new approaches, and Adebanji Alade offers his regular motivational tips to keep you painting with energy and confidence. Enjoy!
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