Future has announced the launch of Paint & Draw - a new magazine aimed at the "enthusiast artist of all abilities". The monthly publication, available now, covers all painting and drawing art from watercolours and oils, to acrylics, pastels and pencils.
Future says Paint & Draw helps artists improve their skills, learn new techniques, and get inspiration from some of the best professional artists working today.
There will be 13 issues a year and will be available in print and digital formats from My Favourite Magazine and all good stockists. New subscribers can get the first three issues of Paint & Draw at for £5 (€5.57).
Beren Neale, editor of Paint & Draw said: "Paint & Draw gives readers more pages of practical content than any other art magazine, with fantastic step-by-step guides that will help artists of any skill level improve their artwork. We want
Paint & Draw to be simple to follow, inspiring, and, above all, helpful to the huge number of hobbyist artists worldwide.”
Future is a member of FIPP.
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