+$The changing seasons are a constant reminder that time is moving on, and that's just what we're focussing on in the latest issue of Paint & Draw magazine! Inside issue 8 you'll find tons of creative inspiration and tips all taking their cues from the idea of movement, including our cover feature all about using watercolours to give a sense of motion.
+$On top of this you'll pick up plein air oil painting tips, get a glimpse into the studio of a working artist, find reviews of the latest art books, and get info about all the upcoming exhibitions you simply have to visit. Make sure you don't miss it!
+$Explore this issue's main features below!
+$Capture movement with loose brushstrokes
+$In our cover feature we talk to watercolour artist Alex Egan about how she uses the lightest of touches to give her scenes a sense of depth.
+$Interview: Ralph Steadman
+$The innovative British artist talks about mistakes, plagiarism and Hunter S Thompson in our candid interview.
+$Start using colour paper for pastels
+$In the latest of our six part pastel series, Rebecca de Mendonca advices what colour surface to use to achieve the best results.
+$Improve your pencil shading
+$Animal artist Melanie Philips uses a selection of pencils to capture the unique personality of pets on paper. Here she shares drawing tips you can use to improve your shading.
+$Create a painted scene from an outdoors sketch
+$Artist Liam O'Farrell heads outdoors to capture a seaside scene with pencils and watercolours in this scenic workshop. See how he uses watercolour sketches to build up to a final piece.