This blog will cover the basics of how to paint a snowy pine tree landscape in watercolor. I will go over the supplies needed, as well as the step by step process to complete the painting.
Materials needed for your painting:
Paint: Your favorite green watercolor paint will do for this. I will be using Perelyne green, but some other good choices are Sap Green or Prussian Green. You will also need either white gouache paint or white acrylic ink.
Brushes: Flat Wash brush, Round brushes in sizes 10 and 4, a Liner brush in size 10/0 and an old paintbrush that will be used to make the white snow. The brush sizes are just a suggestion. As long as you have a wash brush, a smaller and larger round, and a liner brush for details it will be fine.
Paper: Bee Paper 100% Cotton Watercolor Paper
Other supplies: Palette for mixing and diluting your green paint into 3 different shades. Masking tape, water, a clean paper towel or cloth, and a board or clip board to adhere the paper to your drawing surface.