This video shows how to paint a Xmas landscape with snow using acrylic paints.
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List of materials:

– Arteza Acrylic paint set of 24 colors –

– Slow drying medium –

– Flat synthetic brush set of 9 –

– Round synthetic brushes –

– (I didn’t use this type of wide brush, but it would have been handy to prime the paper with the gesso) –

– A large round brush (for blending) –

– A butterfly blender brush –

– Gesso, canvas primer –

– Fabriano Watercolor Hot Pressed paper 9 x 12 inches (23 x 29 cm) –

– I placed a damp sponge like this under the paper –

– Palette box to keep your paints fresh –

– See my materials at my new “Amazon Influencer” page:

Or in my old materials blog! hehe:

Recording Equipment:

Video camera: Panasonic HC-V380K –

“L” shaped camera tripod –

Mic: Blue Yeti –
Pop filter (Mic screen) –
Mic Foam Windacreen –

– Lighting: Studio softboxes:

Laptop: Apple MacBookPro 13”. Mine is an older version of this beauty: (note, the software I use for editing is Final Cut.)

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I wish you great creations!

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