First and foremost, my best bet is to pick up a brush or knife once a day. No need to paint.
This is a practice to develop your senses. If you can handle brushes and knives as if you were using your own hands, you will improve quickly.
Hold the knife without paint and place it as close to the canvas as you can.
Then don’t touch the canvas. It is important to repeat this to get a feel for it.
Especially to paint an snow break on a mountain, you need a very delicate touch.
Practice with paper
Probabry nobody teach such a thing. This is my unique idea.
No easel required. It's okay on the table.
Practicing on paper is different from drawing on canvas, but until you get used to it to some extent
I think it's worth a try. Canvas is expensive and I think you can save money.
I actually tried using a sketchbook. There is no need to apply liquid white, and old newspapers can be used as paper.
Above without liquid white
Below apply liquid white
Please be careful when you use a paper , liquid white will dry very quickly.
This evergreen tree is also painted on paper, and most things can be practiced on paper.
I think this method can be applied not only to mountains but also to others.
And you will have confidence,try to the canvas.
Everyone who draws Bob's paintings will understand,
after painting a piece of work, there are always paints
that couldn't be used up.
Please use it to practice drawing mountains and trees.
Use resources effectively.
Happy painting everyone! Good Luck!