In the quiet dance of winter’s snowfall, there lies a poetic beauty that transcends the chill in the air. This blog is an invitation to go on an artistic journey, where we explore the process of painting a couple walking hand in hand through a winter landscape painting using acrylics.
Join me as we navigate the intricacies of capturing not just the serene backdrop of snow-covered landscapes but also the intimate connection shared by two figures in this winter wonderland. Whether you’re an aspiring artist or a seasoned painter, this step-by-step guide promises to unravel the secrets of infusing warmth and romance into your snowy canvases.
Let your brushes become storytellers, conveying the quiet joy of a winter stroll and the shared moments that make this season truly magical. So, grab your acrylic paints, immerse yourself in the artistry of winter, and let’s bring to life a canvas that tells a tale of love amidst the softly falling snow.
MATERIALS YOU NEED
- Manganese Blue
- dioxazine purple
- I painted on a 4×5 inches acrylic paper.
- Cut this Canson acrylic paper into 6 equal pieces and you’ll get the size I used.
- I used a size 4 flat brush (flat brush set) which is perfect for this canvas size. If you are painting bigger, then switch to a size that is proportionate with your painting surface.
- Size 3 round brush (round brush set)
Pin the below image in your Pinterest board for future reference.
Watch my process here: