£225.00 GBP

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This course and the associated videos show Esté MacLeod's trademark Creative Leap method of teaching, where handwriting is used as anchor points. This course is intended for personal development only.

  • I agree not to teach Creative Leap Natura processes demonstrated in my own courses, workshops or demos whether online, in print or in-person.
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Creative Leap Natura

Natura is an alternative drawing-focussed art course inspired by forms found in the natural world, on land and in water. There are fifteen motivational daily projects, designed to kickstart creativity and promote original thinking all incorporating my Creative Leap method where handwriting and letters are used as anchor points for explorative and expressive drawings.

The course consist of three modules: Botanica, Bestiola & Oceanum.

Each module has five daily projects plus one bigger weekend project that builds on the content covered.

  • Module One is linked to botanical, plant and floral forms.
  • Module Two has flying insects and mini-beasts as the main inspiration.
  • Module Three is inspired by life in the oceans with underwater creatures, fish, coral and shells adding to the topics for creative projects.

Please make sure you take a look at the material list here.

One year's access to the course from date of signup.

What People Are Saying:

This course is wonderfully balanced and productive..... and exactly what I needed right now. I am especially grateful to you for reawakening my joy in drawing, plus so much else. Many ideas to pursue.


I’ve loved every project in Creative Leap. You’ve encouraged us to observe, manipulate shapes, think about colour and texture and see endless possibilities in familiar objects. I now realise it’s good to experiment and make mistakes as negatives can so often become positives.