Winter Church Mountain – An Acrylic Painting Lesson ONLINE
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This painting lesson will show you how I created Winter Church Mountain from start to finish. Learn how to create the iconic Mt. Katahdin which marks the end of the Appalachian Trail in Maine. I’ll take you through each step of the way from drawing out the mountain, adding in layers, creating snow, tree lines, branches and even the little cows.
This lesson is about 3 hours long.
The canvas size I use is 10 X 30
Colors used in this lesson are: Cerulean Blue, Prussian Blue, Titanium White, Zinc White, Raw Umber, Burnt Umber
A high quality reference photo is included (online, if you have the DVD you can find the reference photo under your account online).
To purchase this lesson, click Add to Cart, then click Checkout, and follow the onscreen instructions. Once you've completed the order, you'll be able to instantly access the lesson by clicking the blue button labeled with your display name in the upper-right and then selecting My Painting Lessons.
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With every Tim Gagnon Studio online lesson purchase, you receive:
- Immediate access – just purchase and begin painting
- Start to finish instruction – no cutouts – you’ll see every brushstroke of every painting
- Easy-to-learn techniques – develop skills to promote consistency in your style for a more professional look
- Unlimited viewing, no expiration – view the lesson as many times as you’d like, whenever you’d like
- Download the lesson directly to your hard drive for easy, offline access
- No expiration – once purchased, you’ll have access to the lesson forever
- FREE access to Critique Corner community – get/give advice, interact, and share photos of your work with other artists taking the same lesson
Tim Gagnon is the creator of online and DVD-based instructional art lessons for over 17,500 students in over 30 countries. In 2012, he was voted as one of the Top 50 Emerging Artists by Art Business News. His easy-to-learn instruction and unique, modern style has propelled him to one of the most followed artists in the United States.