Watercolor wool is a method of painting with layer-by-layer overlaying coloured wool.
- a frame with a glass of small size (20/20, 25/25)
- and wool
This master class is designed for those whom the basics of this technique are already familiar. If you make such a picture for the first time, please read the basic rules of working with wool.
Put a white base on the frame — fusible webbing the size of a painting. To make the background, lay out strands of non-dyed wool horizontally.
Here are the colours you'll need for the background.
Nip off little clouds and apply them over the white strands:
Next, make a strip of woods in the background.
Now make the branch for the snowbird.
Make the bird's body:
Add the head:
The tail and the wings:
Some blue and dark grey feathers in the wing:
Add twigs covered with frost:
To add snow on the bunches, finely cut white wool with scissors:
Here comes the sun:
Here's how the eye is made:
And the picture is almost ready. Cut snowflakes with scissors, cover with the frame glass — and all is done!
I hope all steps were clear. If something wants more details, write me, I will try to answer and explain. Good luck!