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As we move into the dark days of winter, now is a good time to put on the kettle, stoke up the fire and enjoy long, leisurely sessions over the drawing board. There always seems to be more time to work through tasks over the winter months and it’s the perfect season to review what you’ve accomplished so far and think about what you really want to achieve with your painting in the year ahead. Why not take time to sort out your colours, brushes and tools, practise techniques you want to ‘master’, begin a new sketchbook dated 2019 and make a wish list of materials, books, exhibitions and more. Stretch yourself by trying a new medium, technique, style or subject.

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About Leisure Painter

Brighten up your winter painting with the February issue of Leisure Painter. We begin the issue with a look at 'more than just paintings' where Claudia Myatt demonstrates how to use a combination of planning and playfulness to create lively and modern designs in watercolour. You are also invited to follow our 31-day challenge, where Steve Strode offers advice and inspiration for an entire month of creative activities. The rest of the issue is packed with demonstrations, practical advice and tutorials on how to draw and paint in watercolour, acrylic, gouache, line and wash, pastel, coloured pencil, scratchboard and more.