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In the Fifties and Sixties, Pop Art changed the face of the art world, blending techniques from mass production with artistic intent to introduce new ways of creating and looking at paintings – a path that eventually led us here, to digital art. In this issue, illustrator Kyle T Webster takes a look at how we can re-create Pop Art digitally. We’re all about technique this issue, from cutting edge to classical. Simon Buckroyd is sharing his tricks for painting a stellar Sci-Fi scene on p30, and on p58 Anne Pogoda
demonstrates the secrets of a successful landscape painting to help you create imaginative settings. In our Art Study on p52, Cat Bounds tackles a subject that caused controversy in the art world up until the 19 Century – how to paint a realistic horse.