How to Paint a Stoat on Moss Covered Rocks in Oil Paints with Suzanne Barrett Justis

How to Paint a Stoat on Moss Covered Rocks in Oil Paints with Suzanne Barrett Justis

So you want to learn how to paint a stoat in oils? Well let Suzanne Barrett Justis show you how she does it. Wait, you don’t know what a stoat is ? A stoat is also known as a short-tailed weasel or, when it’s white in the winter , it’s known as an ermine. This painting was inspired by a stoat Suzanne had as a kid. Watch as Suzanne takes you from a simple sketch to completed finished oil painting, step by step. This painting will also cover how to paint rocks with moss This project is for beginners and advanced painters.

Most of the brushes I am using are Rosemary and Co Brushes. Here it the link to the their website 7

as well as links to the actual brushes I was using

The Domed Eclipse Filbert I was using can be found on this link….it’s a wonderful little brush, great for both application and blending.
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the pure red sable in the 81 series was used for blending . I wanted to give you the link to this brush in case you are interested in getting one for yourself
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I also used several of the Eclipse long Filberts of various sizes, you can find them here
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and Ivory long filberts, my ” work horse brush” I love them.
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