Snowy Pine Tree Oil Painting Landscape Tutorial – By Artist, Andrea Kirk | The Art Chik

In this video, you will learn the step-by-step method of how to paint snowy pine trees in a magical, winter wonderland. I will walk you through the process, beginning with the background and working our way forward to the pine trees and foreground. This process will teach you how to properly layer your colors and textures, creating a realistic effect both in the trees and the misty background. This project is PERFECT for holiday decorating and would also make an amazing gift! So get out your art supplies, and get painting. Subscribe for more fun projects to come.

Oil Paint Colors needed:

Titanium White, Ivory Black, Yellow Ochre, Burnt Umber, Alizarin Crimson.
(M. Graham): Dioxazine Purple, Cerulean Blue, Viridian, Phthalocyanine Blue.
(Gamblin): Cobalt Teal, Radiant Magenta

My favorite oil color brands: M. Graham, Gamblin, Winsor & Newton, Grumbacher, and Master’s Touch.

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