70% OFF Until Friday November 18th at Midnight!

Discover the Vibrant Colors of Fall
By Painting Your Own

"Autumn's Palette"

In this short video course, I’ll teach you how to paint one of my most popular pieces. One featured in galleries around the world and repeatedly commissioned by collectors for the past 20 years. 

You'll learn...

  • How to use a palette knife to paint a boulder in minutes!
  • How to add sunlight and shadows to your trees using the “wet on wet” technique 
  • The secret behind painting skinny branches and what technique works best for that
  • ​How to layer in autumn leaves with texture you can practically pick
Now YOU can complete this in as little as 3 hours!
Now YOU can complete it in as little as 3 hours!
This course is perfect for all levels. You'll be able to use the techniques learned inside this course for countless future Let's Dabble paintings. Get ready to have some fun!

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From: Jennifer Vranes
Medford, Oregon

Hey Creative Soul,

Isn’t Fall just the best?!

All those colors... radiant reds… burnt oranges… soothing yellows… all mixed in with the greens and browns!

Now you can fill your home with one of my most in-demand paintings for over 20 years.

Or you can bless the home of a loved one by painting your very own version of “Autumn's Palette” for them to enjoy. 

You’re going to paint with every color in the rainbow in this course. 

It’s one of my most colorful pieces. It’s a real WOW painting that will brighten any home or office. 

Whenever I paint this for a collector, they tell me how much joy and happiness it brings to them.

Just think of that… 

You get to enjoy a hobby that allows you to share joy!

How great is that?!

That’s why I’m thrilled to share this painting course with you.


"Autumn's Palette"

Your First (or Next) Complete Landscape

In Under 3 Hours!
A Painting Course from the Studio of Artist Jennifer Vranes

Here’s What’s Inside This All-New Painting Course...

From Blank Canvas to Background Layers

Lesson #1 - Your Background

In lesson #1 you’ll get started by discovering...
  • My “kitchen sink” trade secret to painting gorgeous backgrounds in less than 10 minutes WITHOUT a paintbrush. This saves you hours and hours so you can focus on the FUN stuff like texture and using your palette knives.
  • Blending to create purpley-blue mountain majesty! Why we don’t want it to look sharp or cut out, and why “rough” softens your edges best.
  • The “camel hump” secret. The big background mistake keeping your painting from looking more professional.
  • Which colors soften the tones of your background. My secret sauce to make browns darker. What I never add, and what I always add to the mixture instead. 
  • The easel “shish-kabob” trick to get the base edge painting without any smudging. Seems silly, but works like a charm.
Layers of Leaves

Lesson #2 - Adding the Palette Knife Texture

In Lesson #2 you’ll begin layering the colorful leaves. I’ll show you techniques including...

  • The 3 reds I use to make fall leaves pop! Plus, what I add to the red mixture to make the final canvas more vibrant.
  • How to make each knife-stroke unique. Actually, it’s the fastest way to paint and the unique strokes are an inevitable side effect.
  • My go-to green mixture to avoid contamination. I sometimes tint it. But I never ever use it until I finish these other steps. 
  • A special “dark” coloring secret to make the bright colors much brighter. You literally cannot mess up with this technique. It’s a winner every time.
  • Why NOT cleaning off your palette knife makes your painting even more gorgeous. It’s one of the few things that make painting a “WOW!”
  • How to paint faster than most artists. This is how my students regularly create 2x, 3x, even 5x more than most painters.
Map in your path

Lesson #3 - Adding The Trail

In Lesson #3 you’ll enhance your painting by adding in the trail. You’ll discover...
  • How to detail in this trail and why it will save you time later! 
  • The importance of mapping in the trail and the colors to use. 
Giving Gravity to Your Autumn Scene...

Lesson #4 - Sculpt in the Trunks 

In Lesson #4 I’ll reveal my signature secrets for creating birch tree trunks, including…
  • The secret ingredient that makes your tree trunks thick and free of unintentional (and all too common) cracks in the paint. Plus, a MASSIVE time saver I’ve discovered over the years to tint my trees in the most delightful and speedy way.
  • Why the lid to your gallon of modeling paste makes one of the best tools for trunks. Without it, it’s easy to make a total mess.
  • A common misconception — Your trees have to be perfect, right? Wrong! Here’s why you want imperfections in your trees, especially the small ones. Plus, without this kind of “tilt” effect, your scene looks less natural.
  • My “textures of life” technique for creating 3D pop. Sculpt life-like “Fatty” tree trunks — the kind my galleries adore — using this rounding motion.
  • Dragging your way to beautiful birch trees. And the best “quick erase” method for correcting any mess-ups or over-done spots.
  • Why listening to your intuition is better than perfect palette knife technique. FACT: Anyone who can butter toast or frost a cupcake can paint this lovely scene.
Avoiding Branch Blunders & Placing 3D Knobs

Lesson #5 - Adding Knobs & Branches

In Lesson #5 you’ll give your tree trunks deeper definition. You’ll discover...
  • Why you don’t have to wait for a dry painting to get your knobs and branches done. I mean you can, if you want. But this is much faster.
  • How to scrape away the bland 2-dimensional spots most hobby artists can almost never avoid. If you scrape your scene properly with this tool, your trees will gain depth you can get in no other way.
  • Why almost dropping your palette knife is a good sign. It means you’re doing this right!
  • How to know the perfect spot to place your black knobs. HINT: one of your past steps set you up perfectly for precise placement.
  • The “spin” motion that fills the middle-ground of your painting with just the right amount of branches. Overdo it and you’ll knock the balance right out of your scene. 
Boulder texture!

Lesson #6 - Sculpt in the Boulder

In Lesson 6 you'll get the boulder mapped in. I'll show you...

  • What colors to use to create a boulder that stands out. This will make your painting look professional.
  • How to use the palette knife to have it work for you! It's so easy to sculpt in the boulder with a palette knife. 
Radiant Reds & Beautiful Blobs...

Lesson #7 - Fine Tuning the Trunks

This lesson is SO FUN because I usually only share these secrets with the Dabblers in my private Dabble Club. But I’m revealing to you...

  • How to make the trunks vivid and striking. This final touch on the knobs does the trick, giving your Autumn scene “eyes to see.”
  • The secret “Dabber” way to finish birch tree trunks. Nobody else in the world uses this technique. It’s so great, it almost creates an optical illusion.I'll show you how I complete my painting and sign my name
  • My “noodle-out” technique for making your scene appear real. Plus, the only brush I ever use to finish my birch tree trunks, especially for my 5-figure collector commissions.
  • Why it’s much easier to paint on a large canvas. Most beginners feel more comfortable using a small canvas until they begin using my methods. 
  • My “illuminated texture” secrets. All it takes is a simple “glide and feather” motion on your branches.
  • The upside-down canvas trick I use to add warmth to every birch tree painting. It sounds crazy, but does the trick every time.
Finishing touches on the background

Lesson #8 - Finish the background

In this lesson, we will finish up the background. You'll see...
  • When it’s the wrong time to be conservative with your colors. This 3-stage layering technique makes your scene come to life.
  • How to break up your clumps with a top layer of leaf coloring. Plus a little scrape in the final layer is the best way to finish your wonderful new world.
  • How to make your paint last long so you can save money. Better still, this money-saving technique gives your paintings a special shine.
  • Which “Let’s Dabble” knives work best for this Autumn scene. Plus, get the full scoop on how my tiny paintbrush secret gives your canvas even more 3D texture.
  • A “black twist” technique that gives foreground shrubbery life-like texture. No other artist does this. It’s one of my 20+ year secrets I share only with my Dabblers… until now!
Bringing in the highlights

Lesson #9 - Fine Tuning the Boulder

In this lesson, we will focus on the boulder. You’ll learn...

  • The best way to highlight the boulder. And why it is important to do this when it's dry.
  • What surprising color I add to make the boulder pop! This is what will make your boulder so interesting.
Sign your painting! 

Lesson #10 - Finishing up

In this final lesson, you’ll discover...

  • My pet peeve when adding final highlights to the leaves. Don’t do what most artists do. This “finishing” technique is far better, yet super easy.
  • How to break up your clumps with a top layer of leaf coloring. Plus a little scrape in the final layer is the best way to finish your wonderful new world.
  • Why strategically placing beautiful blobs creates an unforgettable painting. I wish I’d begun using this method much earlier in my career.
  • How to enclose your scene and give it a feel of intimacy. It’s tough to stop fiddling with this, but I’ll show you when to call it “finished.”

You’ll discover all this and more, plus finish your painting in as little as 3 hours. But there’s no rush. If you want to take your time, that’s fine. And here’s what the finished product looks like!

I can’t wait for you to brighten up your room with “Autumn's Palette." If you’re ready to get started now, then just click the button below and...


70% OFF Regular Price!

Usually $197

JUST $57

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This Is What One Student Has To Say About the Class…

"This was Jen's lesson called "Autumn Jewel. I just love painting these trees using what Jen has taught us. This is an 18x24 gallery wrapped canvas. Love all the colors! I like it!! --Claudia

Here’s What My Students Are Saying…

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**This special low price goes away on Friday, November 18th, at Midnight **

Can you picture it?

“Autumn's Palette” hanging on your wall?

Just imagine how special it will be the next time your friends or family come to visit!

I can’t wait for you to have the joy of creating such a colorful Fall painting.

Just click or tap the box above to get started painting “Autumn's Palette.”

From my easel to your home, 

Jennifer Vranes

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