Using The Crafter’s Workshop stencil as a starting point for your landscape painting



If you are like me and feel intimidated by landscape painting, why not use The Crafter’s Workshop stencils as a starting point? You can use the stencils to trace out the images or use them to create some dimension on your mixed media landscape painting. Here’s how I did mine…



I started with an 8×8 canvas that I covered with wrapping tissue using matte medium. After a layer of gesso, I added some bold colours using Derwent Inktense blocks and water.



Then I stamped with a Stampers Anonymous stamp and Ranger Archival ink along the edges for some texture and interest.



I placed the Branches Reversed TCW251 stencil on the edge on my canvas, then applied Liquitex Light Modeling Paste.

Mixed-media-canvas-by-Yvonne-Yam-for-The-Crafter's-Workshop6The next step was to colour the branches. I used Art Anthology metallic paint for a subtle shimmer. Once that was done, I used a small paintbrush and painted in my leaves with Daler-Rowney Pearlescent Acrylics.




I “finished” my tree by adding some Golden Gold Mica Flakes.


I added a little more stamping to “frame” the photo of my niece.

There you have it, a mixed media landscape painting. 🙂



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