Paint a Mountain Landscape using Acrylic Paint
Paint a Mountain Landscape using Acrylic Paint

How to Paint a Mountain Landscape using Acrylic Paint

To paint a mountain landscape using acrylic paint. Start by sketching out your desired scene on canvas or paper. Once you have a rough idea of what you want, begin painting the scene with acrylic paint.

Use light and dark tones to create depth and interest, and use different colors to add vibrancy and life to your painting. Let the paint dry carefully before framing or displaying.

  1. Begin by sketching out the basic outline of your mountain landscape on canvas using a pencil. Try to capture the essential features of the landscape, such as the mountain peak, the valleys and the river running through it.
  2. Once youve sketched out the basic outline, begin painting the mountain peaks with a light green color. Use a thin brush to paint the peaks sharply and evenly.
  3. Next, paint the valleys with a light green color and a light brown color to create a background for the mountain peaks. Use a thin brush to paint the valleys smoothly and evenly.
  4. Finally, paint the river running through the landscape with a light blue color. Use a thin brush to paint the river smoothly and evenly.
  5. Once all the colors are in place, add some details to the landscape using a light brown, green and light blue color. Use a thin brush to paint the details smoothly and evenly.

Colors used to Paint a Mountain Landscape using Acrylic Paint

Titanium white + sky blue and a bit of purple for the sky.
Titanium white for the clouds.
Phthalo blue for the mountains.
White + extremely little phthalo blue for the highlights on the mountain and white for snow caps.
Mid green + yellow ocher and scorched sienna for the distance land.
Phthalo green for distance trees. Mix of white + phthalo green for the highlights.
Mix of white and sky blue for the river.
Deep green, mid-green, yellow green and yellow for the front bushes.
Deep green for the pine tree for the highlights I used mid green and yellow green.

Brushes used to paint a mountain landscape using Acrylic Paint

Fan brush and filbert brush for sky and clouds.
Flat brush and combination knife for mountains.
Filbert brush for the range ground and flat brush for distance trees.
Fan brush for river and front bushes.
Filbert brush for pine tree.

Canvas size 8 x 8.
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Acrylic painting supplies you’ll need:

Please note these are not suitable for acrylic pour painting projects.

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