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Slow down

Haste is the artist’s worst enemy says Adebanji Alade. This month he advises you to take your time – it will help you to produce better paintings

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Iteach at two art schools in London, the Art Academy and Heatherley’s School of Fine Art, and I have noticed the speed at which some students approach their work. I’ve told them a thousand times to slow down. In fact one of the things I always say in the classes I teach is ‘Don’t rush, slow down; I would rather you had an uncompleted beauty than a completed mess’. I heard this somewhere and it really resonates with me.

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Welcome to the first of our new standard 80-page magazine, packed with even more inspiring practical articles to help you to improve and enjoy your own drawing and painting. In addition, this month we also include your free 16-page supplement with details of some of the best art courses and holidays available to inspire and inform your creativity, whatever your level or years of experience. So, whether you love working in watercolour, oils, pencils or acrylics, take your work to the next level with our team of passionate artist/tutors including Judi Whitton on how to use body colour in your watercolours, Haidee-Jo Summers with some useful exercises to help you loosen up in oils, Mike Barr's beachscape demonstration, Paul Talbot-Greaves on how to start with a watercolour mess and end in success, Peter Graham on why the rose makes such a wonderful subject for still-life paintings, Robert Dutton on mastering perspective for city scenes, and Peter Burgess with tips on composition and the Golden Section, to highlight just a few articles in this issue. Plus, there's so much more to guide and inspire your artistic development within our new 80-page issue - enjoy!
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