ONLINE CLASS: "Frosty Birches" Snowy Landscape
This has been one of my most popular live workshops, and now it's available online, on demand!
I'll guide you step-by-step through a process I developed to achieve these colorful trees against a dark winter sky with stars and a moon, with long shadows that stretch across the snowy landscape.
Here's a little overview video of the process and a list of supplies that are needed.
I hope you'll join me!
FROSTY BIRCHES SUPPLY LIST
- Snow Cap Mixative (a must-have)
- Dark blue (Ranger Denim or Monsoon work well - or I am using Dark Night by Altenew)
- Other Colors: I use Patina and Slate or Mushroom from Ranger; Gray and Black from Altenew, but you can get as colorful as you like.
91% Isopropyl Alcohol in a bottle (for cleaning brushes)
91% Isopropyl Alcohol in a spray bottle (for creating stars) Ranger
Blending Solution (optional, but recommended)
Washi Tape (or you can use clear scotch tape, but it's harder to see and to peel off)
Small detail paintbrush
1" flat paint brush
Something to protect your work surface - I recommend puppy training pads