Oil painting involves a process that must be understood to be able to paint better. The process itself is not complicated, following the process and using the techniques are easy. The problem is you have probably never been shown the real secrets of oil painting techniques. At least not in a step by step way that is easy to understand but now you can. Your tutor is David Curtis, R.O.J., R.S.M.A., who won the 1992 Singer Friedlander - Sunday Times competition and has gone on to international acclaim. Painting in his native Yorkshire, David demonstrates a strong sense of composition, colour, tone and sound draughtsmanship, showing an urgency in using oils to enable you to capture the mood and atmosphere of your subject.