This lesson is inspired by the beautiful illustration in the book:
“Waiting for Wolf” by Sandra Dieckmann.
Learn about the different parts of a landscape while sketching and painting Fox in the Mountains.
Add textures to give volume, depth and movement, shadows and highlights, and convey the illusion of near and far.
Add texture and color with oil pastels, before painting with watercolors. Apply the wet-on-wet technique, layers and shadows.
9 x 12 watercolor paper, pencil, eraser, ultra-fine black waterproof sharpie, oil pastels, watercolors, paintbrushes (rounds: small, medium and large), water.
Reference: “Waiting for Wolf” by Sandra Dieckmann.