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How To Paint Snow Peak Mountains with Knife | Acrylic Painting

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Teacher

Debasree Dey

Price

Free

Amount of students

163

Start date

Self-Paced

On-demand video

1 hours

Downloadable resources

10

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Content

1. Hello and Welcome Back! 3:40

2. How to approach this painting on a big canvas! 2:29

3. Acrylic Art Supplies 3:36

4. The Base Layer 9:40

5. Snow Texture with Knife 8:59

6. Distant Greens 11:30

7. Pine Trees 8:35

8. Green Bushes - Part 1 7:54

9. Green Bushes - Part 2 6:36

10. Rocks, Water and Final Words 11:41

Overview

In today's class, i will teach you a very easy way to paint the snow peak mountains and pine trees . I recommend this class for everybody no prior art experience is necessary . By the end of this class you should feel confident in your ability to create this painting .

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Achieving three dimensional look to snow peak mountains with palette knife technique is just pretty amazing. Even though knife painting wasn't an easy technique, deb did such an amazing job explaining how to achieve the intended effect that even a beginner like me could easily replicate. The colors she picks are so aesthetically pleasing and the end result is such a treat to the eyes!

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I must have painted almost all of her paintings in the skillshare classes.

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