Description: Start off by adding a layer of shading over the drawing using a stick of 4B charcoal. This layer will serve as the surface for the rest of the drawing and will help with blending later on.
Description: Blend white charcoal with a blending stump. Instead of just smearing the charcoal pay attention to the directions of your strokes. Use slanted, diagonal strokes when blending in the mountain and use horizontal strokes when blending in the mist/snow at the base of the mountains.
Description: Go over your entire drawing so far and refine yous details. Smooth out your shading where it looks too rough and add more white charcoal wherever it's needed. Make sure that the brightest highlights in you scene are in the foreground.
Description: Use white charcoal to add sploshes of snow on your trees. Again don't over-think this, just dot in the snow naturally without putting too much thought into it. You can lightly blend in your snow with a blending stump to make it smoother. Blend in the base of the trees with a blending stump to add to the illusion of loose snow blowing in the wind.
Description: Add finishing touches to your drawing. If you would like to add snow the way I did just randomly add white dots around you drawing. Use a blending stump and draw smoothly to make the snow as smooth as you can. This was a fun drawing that (surprisingly) didn't take me too long to complete. If you have any trouble with this drawing don't fret, I'll be putting up a video for it later this month!
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