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Ready to Paint Landscapes in Acrylics

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Charles Evans is one of Britain's leading painters, well-known from his long-running TV series and for his art classes, which are run all over the UK. His exuberant and informal personality is reflected in his paintings, which have a lightness and simplicity that many artists aspire to. Charles lives in Morpeth, Northumberland.

People who want to learn to paint landscapes with acrylics without relying on their drawing skills will find everything they need in this inspiring and practical book. Reusable tracings are provided for five step-by-step demonstrations.

Use simple acrylic techniques to create beautiful landscape paintings easily. With a full size, pull out section of tracing papers containing outlines of the paintings in this book, no drawing skills are required. There are five inspirational, step-by-step demonstrations, including all the landscape elements: skies, mountains, cliffs, trees, water, buildings and more. Choose a scene, pull out the accompanying tracing, follow the clear instructions showing how to transfer the outline, then start painting. All the techniques you need to know to create convincing paintings are covered in this must-have for anyone wanting to learn how to paint.

• Paperback
• 48 pages
• 292 x 216mm
• 150+ colour photographs

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Ready to Paint Landscapes in Acrylics Product Code: 9781844484232
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  • Good intoduction to landscape painting. - Ready to Paint Landscapes in Acrylics

    This book gives concise detail on how to paint a landscape using a pre printed template. Infomation is given as to the colour choice and mixing together with suggestions on how to apply the acrylic.

    Overall a quality product from which a beginner can gain valuable insight into landscapes. Colin Price (Frodsham, United Kingdom) on 10 May 2012
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  • Good book - Ready to Paint Landscapes in Acrylics

    Very good book for beginnerswith its tear out drawings ready for tracing Graham Palmer (Burntwood, United Kingdom) on 2 Nov 2014
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